The year-end holidays are enchanting for lots of reasons. The joy of giving … Time with family and friends … And, sometimes, because they’re sprinkled with magic. That’s what happened when Santa Claus visited the bedside of a dying child
Thanksgiving means many different things to people, from sweet potatoes covered with toasted marshmallows to falling asleep in front of the football games to parades to time with long-absent family. But, whatever it means to you, we’ve got you covered.
If you’ve ever digitally strolled through the GSA’s eTools portal, you know the agency offers apps that help agencies do everything from calculating labor rates to their own carbon footprints. The IT Solutions Navigator will help COs find optimum contracts.
Now that Congress managed to do the bare minimum to keep the federal government open for a few months, we can turn to other issues — like security clearances. For that, the National Background Investigations Bureau (NBIB) will soon open.
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.
They say one “rule” of successful consulting is learning how to explain very simple concepts in such a complex manner that clients think their confusion is their fault. But, in government contracting, rules often determine who wins and who loses.
When analyzing federal procurement, it’s easy to focus on Defense. That’s where the money is. But, at an average-annual-growth-rate of 27 percent from FY 2011 to 2015, health IT spending is moving out of the shadows and into the spotlight.
Three years ago, The Washington Post wrote about the coming contracting opportunities for mid-tier contractors. The thinking was that budget cuts would give firms with experience and lower overhead an advantage in the market. So, how did that work out?
First, to the people of Brussels, today we are all Belgian. Our prayers and hearts are with you as you struggle to recover from your loss: “Better than a thousand hollow words, is one word that brings peace.” – Buddha.
By the time you read this, the House may have approved the $1.1 trillion omnibus budget bill. The Senate passed it last Saturday. Common sense presumes it will pass. But, this is the House where common sense goes to die.