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Meet 2021’s “Virtual Showroom” — changing the face of retail and of remote teams. This immersive experience can be used to engage with colleagues, collaborate on projects and much more — try your hand at what the future of AR/VR …
While the coronavirus has been forcing the nation into lockdown for almost a year, new innovations are constantly being made in the detection and treatment of the novel coronavirus. Advancements in the field of emerging medical technology have …
Wall Street has entered the meme wars and it’s bringing A.I. to the party! In what is now being called the “Gamestonk” event, a group of Redditors decided to buy substantial amounts of stock …
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 …
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 …
Download the Catalog on COVID-19 Testing Kit Ranking & Validity.  Public Spend Forum recently conducted a study on the validity of various COVID-19 testing kits from various manufacturers. This study was conducted as part of …
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 …
PSF welcomes this guest article from Romy Hughes, director at Brightman. In the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic there was a sense of determination and “Blitz spirit” as the UK pulled together to beat the virus.
Episode 17 of the Public Sector Heroes Podcast feat. Fatema Hamdani Written by Frank McNally One of my favorite books is Jonathan Livingston Seagull, a story by a former Air Force pilot about a bird who doesn’t …
It may become tempting for protocol and attentiveness to detail to take a backseat in the face of crises; however, this puts government agencies at more of a risk from procedural error and fraudulent infiltration. To combat this, …