John Shoraka, managing director GovContractPros and a former SBA executive, describes why recent procurement actions don’t bode well for small firms.
Jim McCarthy, chairman of the board of directors of Novume Solutions, Inc., suggests ways small businesses can be successful federal contractors.
The reality of artificial intelligence and how it will affect the federal workforce may not be as scary as some people might think.
How GSA is leading the government in improving the customer experience by consolidating platforms and making better use of data.
At many agencies, HR is one of those overhead services that can consume a surprising amount of money. It’s also a place where managers can find cost savings.
Bob Ainsbury, the chief product officer at Granicus, provides a software developer’s perspective on success in government.
As threshold matter, the Air Force pilot overlaps the Section 846 e-commerce effort underway at GSA and OMB.
When the Agriculture Department announce plans in August to relocate hundreds of employees from the D.C. area, some wondered whether the agency could force them to move. Former DHS CHCO Jeff Neal offers his take.
The government should be the employer of choice for many people. But is it? Let’s take a look at some of the reasons you might recommend a government job, and some reasons why you might not.
Peter Kersten, a regional vice president for federal sales at F5, explains why moving to the cloud should be part of a broader strategy.
I believe we should go with the idea of “first, do no harm.” That means giving employees a pay raise that is equal to, or at least close to, the military pay raise.
Cyber Chat’s Host Sean Kelley sat down with Dr. Neil Evans, the chief officer for the Office of Connected Care in the Veterans Health Administration at the Veterans Affairs Department.
Kevin White, Gissa Sateri, and Pawin Chawanasunthornpot of REI Systems explains how agencies can move toward agile development.
As we prepare for the new fiscal year, the Coalition for Government Procurement is providing its, “5 pillars for schedule modernization,” to assist the General Services Administration and the Veterans Affairs Department with modernizing the schedules program.