Our PSF friend Steve Kelman recently wrote a blog about the issues firms face with the federal government in regards to entering the market, and why some choose not to enter.
He mentioned, among various the Federal Risk Authorization and Management Program (FedRAMP), the government’s system for security certification of new tech products being sold through the cloud.
What other barriers to entry do firms look at that makes them decide not to enter the market?
How do we overcome them, and bring badly needed innovation and modernization to the federal government?
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