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Companies and critical national infrastructure organizations at risk of cyberattack now need to take best practices from the military’s approach to training and readiness and apply the Cyber Flag construct to protect their critical assets.
Federal agency leaders are often tasked with making important decisions on highly complex topics with the information available in short time periods.
Andy Zeswitz and Sandra Gerges of REI Systems offer ideas for how to implement a human-centered approach to citizen services.
John Chierichella, founder of Chierichella Procurement Strategies, explains why red teaming a cost proposal can help put agencies on a solid footing if they decide to protest.
Part of what defines us as Americans is our independent spirit. When a job needs doing, we do it ourselves, owning it as our responsibility to get it done. In many ways this is a positive thing.
Alan Thomas, the former commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service at the General Services Administration and chief solutions officer at Leadership Connect, explains how to get back on track after the recent security revelations about Login.gov.
Organizations across government and the entities they regulate will increasingly find themselves using technology-driven efficiencies to make auditing and compliance overall much more efficient, accurate and automated.
Continuous improvement in the MAS policies, procedures and workforce training will enhance delivery of best value solutions for customer agencies through sound business opportunities for MAS contractors.
With uncertainty looming related to the federal debt ceiling, it’s pressing that your government organization takes an active look at its technology and ensures you’re using the most efficient options.
Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners, argues the latest issues with TTS around Login.gov is casting doubt on the areas GSA excels at and the agency can’t afford to have that happen any longer.
Modern digital tools, powered by IT, have become an integral part of our daily lives. These technologies have changed how we perform various tasks such as accessing information, planning trips, conducting business and communicating with others.
The negotiation and award of MAS contracts is the fundamental first step in providing customer agencies with access to commercial products, services and solutions. Fair and reasonable pricing grounded in the reality of the marketplace, not LPRC, however, is critical, especially if the government is to maintain an open, competitive and innovative MAS program that provides sound business opportunities for contractors that deliver best value solutions for customer agencies.
Ronald Sanders, a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, retired career member of the Senior Executive Service, and former OPM associate director, argues that by ‘exchanging hostages’ with the HR community’s senior career leadership OPM can quickly move from “compliance cop” to strategic consultant.
For a community that was disproportionately impacted by COVID-19, access to critical medical supplies during emergencies is one of the major concerns for the new director of the federal Indian Health Service.