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This article was written by Mark Rockwell for FCW, where it was originally published. Department of Homeland Security officials say the agency is looking to small and medium-tier businesses for innovative IT goods and services, but …
We hear a lot about the economic power of small business. But when you look more closely, a great deal of the economic growth credited to small business is driven by a much smaller group of companies. Outside the government …
White House Suspends Contracting Activity at EPA President Donald Trump has ordered a contract freeze at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), barring staff from awarding any new contracts or grants. The White House also barred …
White House Suspends Contracting Activity at EPA President Donald Trump has ordered a contract freeze at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), barring staff from awarding any new contracts or grants. The White House also barred …
This article was originally published in Washington Technology on June 28, 2010, and written by Matthew Weigelt. For a long time, Kim Nguyen has felt a growing pressure in the federal information technology marketplace, and there’s been no let-up. Pragmatics Inc., …
This article, by Matthew Weigelt, was originally published at FCW.com. Small companies can win big contracts for work they are quite capable of handling. However, that one contract can rocket those companies out of the small-business set-aside programs that are …
This story by Matthew Weigelt originally ran in Washington Technology, on September 8, 2011. A new industry group is attempting to warn growing small businesses of the cliff they’re approaching as they graduate from federal contract set-aside programs. Mid-Tier Advocacy (MTA) is …
This piece was originally written by Matthew Weigelt for FCW. Rep. Gerald Connolly (D-Va) is renewing his effort to create special programs for mid-sized companies. The idea of a pilot set-aside program for middle-tier companies is not dead …
NASPO recently published its top 10 priorities of state procurement leaders for 2017. Not surprisingly, nearly all of the priorities highlighted coincided with the results of a “Top 5 Priorities Exercise” where members of the Global Leaders Exchange participated during …