Content for #Government

McKinsey’s David DeLallo and Kay Firth-Butterfield, the head of AI and machine learning at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, discuss how individual governments are strategizing on how best to use AI to benefit their …
In a few short months, we’ll be approaching the 10-year anniversary of the Office of Management and Budget releasing its first “Myth-Busting” memo.  Released on February 2, 2011, the first memo was issued by the Office …
So you want to become a government contractor? Let’s start with the long pole in the tent: If you want to win government contracts, you must first be registered in the System for Award Management …
Other Transactions (OT), tools that include everything from flexible research arrangements to feasibility testing models, are an increasingly popular instrument to be utilized in government procurement. These tools allow federal agencies to research, prototype, and test new technologies beyond what …
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has signed a three-year memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the UK government to accelerate the adoption of cloud within the public sector, while also providing opportunities for civil servants to bolster their own tech skills, writes …
Forwarding Public Spend Forum’s mission to create open government markets, our supplier intelligence, GovShop, allows buyers and suppliers to connect more easily through better market and supplier research. With this platform, we’re working to lower barriers to …
What are some of the easiest and most effective ways to stay engaged with the government during the COVID-19 pandemic? In these unprecedented times, it may be difficult or unclear about how to keep up with government engagement …
While the government market is enormous by any standard, over $10 trillion globally to be precise, it is an extremely complex environment for suppliers to navigate. The reality today is that many barriers …
The UK government has launched a new online service to make it easier for British businesses to trade globally. Barriers encountered include unnecessary, legal, regulatory or administrative requirements which includes labelling restrictions, out-of-date regulations and licensing requirements. This tool allows …
A $10 trillion sector globally, the government market is enormous by any standard—and extremely complex. Although changes have been made over the years to streamline certain processes and practices, several barriers still stand in the way of companies seeking to …