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It’s difficult to keep track of all of the news published that impacts the public sector market every day. That’s why the Public Spend Forum Newswire captures and synthesizes the new policies, regulations, thought leadership and legislation that is changing …
It’s difficult to keep track of all of the news published that impacts the public sector market every day. That’s why the Public Spend Forum Newswire captures and synthesizes the new policies, regulations, thought leadership and legislation that is changing …
When it comes to city procurement, Philadelphia has established itself as a leader on the vanguard in recent years. It’s rare that a procurement program attracts the interest of major media organizations, but Philly’s Fast FWD program has …
The Department of Defense recently finalized a rule that requires recipients of independent research and development funds “to engage in technical interchanges with DoD before costs are generated.” The goal is to improve the effectiveness of those investments, and increase communication between …
We found an excellent article here on the foreignpolicy.com website by Elisabeth Braw, looking at the issues around countries sharing military procurement. It is both interesting to the casual reader and informative, and raises some …
It’s difficult to keep track of all of the news published that impacts the public sector market every day. That’s why the Public Spend Forum Newswire captures and synthesizes the new policies, regulations, thought leadership and legislation that is changing …
Across the country, state governments have been slashing and burning funding to higher education in a trend that has only been accelerating in recent years. When shifting the funding model for higher education from a greater share of …
It’s difficult to keep track of all of the news published that impacts the public sector market every day. That’s why the Public Spend Forum Newswire captures and synthesizes the new policies, regulations, thought leadership and legislation that is changing …
The New York Times reported recently that the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History wanted to raise $300,000 to save Dorothy’s ruby slippers. The famous shoes from “The Wizard of Oz” are on display at the museum and are …
What’s Next for Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces? The Washington Post looks at the status of the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Rule, which was recently halted by a federal judge in Texas, who upheld a request …