It’s the end of the week … end of the month … So, what better time to get your geek on! Touch Effects – Not even quite sure how to describe this. Just click and begin touching. Big Data May
This week, the Pentagon sent out furlough notices to 680,000 civilian employees, which will cut $237 million from the Virginia economy and hundreds of millions more. With record-setting stock market highs and national debt reduction, is sequestration worth its cost?
And, now … the news: In March 2013, DCAA issued instructions to clarify per diem rates for Contractors … Government internal guidelines call for two ceilings: one for lodging and a separate one for meals and incidentals (M&I). However, Contractor
When Google announced it was buying the airborne wind turbine company, Makani Power, the man who instigated the purchase was told to “make sure to crash at least five devices.” See, in Google’s kitchen, expect to break lots of eggs.
Our top stories today are … 13 months after taking on the job of acting GSA Administrator … Dan Tangherlini has been nominated by President Obama to take the job permanently. You may recall that Tangherlini’s first task was to
The Air Force recently posted a RFI (request for information) for firms that could provide software and support for cyber warfare systems. Such announcements seem to be growing, which prompted us to wonder what purchasing trends will most affect Contractors?
Today’s headlines have a decidedly legal tone: A House investigation determined that the 1,334 small contractors were due $3 million that was unpaid over the past five years … The shortfall comes from contract minimums that were legally owed but
In hindsight, we all recognize ideas that changed the world: the printing press, gasoline engines, air flight, etc. We may be on the cusp of another. Our increasing ability to manipulate huge data files is going to change virtually everything.
When your company gets notified that it’s won a government contract, life is all champagne and balloons. But, what happens if something goes wrong? Peeling back some layers of the KBR vs Army dispute provides a bit of an answer.
What if … You could instantly demonstrate your new product to anyone in the world without ever leaving your office? Or, walk a client through a tricky service problem and record your session? What do you say; want to Hangout?