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What’s next in the emerging tech market? The Enhanced Night Vision Goggle – Binocular (ENVG-B) are the new goggles designed to vastly improve a soldier’s ability to be able to accurately discern what they’re seeing under virtually any …
Episode 22 of the Public Sector Heroes Podcast feat. Florence Kasule Written by Talia Semaan  On the latest episode of the Public Sector Heroes podcast, we welcome self-described acquisition nerd and bureaucracy slayer, Florence Kasule. Florence is …
With the threat of cyber crime increasing in recent decades, government agencies have become one of the most common targets for malware attacks. Even outside of state and local government, cyber criminals often exploit the unprotected third party solutions provided by …
Join Public Spend Forum, as well as Federal Government leaders from around the country, on April 13th, 2021 for the next session of the Public Procurement Leaders Exchange.  As always, the Exchange is an open forum set in …
Government contracting may seem a bit daunting at first, so we are bringing it back to the basics! This blog will cover the most common FAQs concerning contracting with the United States government, so that you have a …
The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced many unprecedented challenges in the public procurement space throughout 2020. Despite these difficulties, Public Spend Forum continued to provide quality learning content in the public procurement space, summarized through this reading list for …
Episode 21 of the Public Sector Heroes Podcast feat. Jenny Clark Written by Talia Semaan YOU get a government contract, and YOU get a government contract, and YOU get a government contract! EVERYBODY gets a government contract… but …
NAICS and PSC codes are a collection of numbers, letters and requirements that confuse even the most seasoned veteran, but they are key to success in government contracting. Why? Because these commodity codes provide a …
The spread of the novel coronavirus in 2020 has proved to be a complex and costly issue for many areas of the public sector. Despite the challenges of 2020, Public Spend Forum continued to provide quality learning content …
Hundreds of suppliers and government buyers participated in our global Barriers to Entry study – and at this Symposium, we will release the results and hear directly from government leaders on how agencies are working to bring in …