Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) took to the Senate floor Thursday afternoon to schedule a vote on funding the government through Dec. 9th. The vote is expected take place next week – but, only if Democrats come on board.
The federal government will spend $86 billion on IT in FY2016 – and still agencies are saddled with legacy software and Windows XP computers. Someone should come up with a better method of buying IT. In fact, maybe someone has.
The False Claims Act (FCA) has always been something of a thorn in the sides of contractors. Once whistleblowers were allowed to share in FCA “bounties,” things only got worse. But, sometimes, a Court shoves the pendulum the other direction.
Today, the White House released the $3.4 trillion 2014 federal budget. It’s not immediately clear who hates the budget the most. But, with denunciations flowing like Niagara Falls, we thought we’d examine how government contractors may be affected by it.
Social media and the technical revolution are here to stay. They’re everywhere … business, government, education … Which means government contractors should employ them in marketing and client relationship strategies. So, what are the three biggest uses of social media?