Mike Parkinson, author and principal at 24 Hour Company, joined this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss why graphics are important to proposals and how companies can use them to win more government contracts.
The Labor Department is moving from 13 different HR offices, 26 different IT application organizations, four different procurement organizations and numerous personnel security offices down to one of each as part of its internal consolidation.
Rick Suarez, senior vice president of US Market Access at AstraZeneca, joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss how the healthcare market is being impacted by the growing trend towards value-based arrangements and payments for pharma contracts.
GSA and the Energy Department are trying to come up with approaches to bring down the ever-growing risk of cyber attacks to technology systems.
What are the biggest problems facing small contractors and what steps can they take to increase their chances of winning government contracts? Find out when Carroll Bernard of Waypoint America and Govology joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center.
None of the new technology NASA is working on to get it to Mars will matter if the agency doesn’t have consistency in funding and vision over the next several years.
AWS is challenging DoD’s decision to award the contract to Microsoft, saying the contracting process contained “clear deficiencies, errors, and unmistakable bias.”
Contractors cheered when Congress enacted limitations on the use of LPTA contracts by the Defense Department when buying professional services.
Alan Thomas, who recently left after more than two years as the commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service at the General Services Administration, is the executive vice president of special projects at Trowbridge.
The Pentagon’s F-35 program office recently announced an agreement with Lockheed Martin for the next batch of nearly 500 of the hi-tech planes.