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SmallGovCon Week In Review: February 12-16, 2018

Love was in the air this week with Valentine’s Day falling on Wednesday. If all the chocolate and flowers distracted you from the latest and greatest in government contracting news, you’re in luck. It’s time for our weekly roundup, the S mallGovCon Week in Review . In today’s edition, a...

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Insights on Buying Strategies for the Public Sector

Public procurement veteran Steve Gordon talks best practices, future of cooperative purchasing, and much more. In interviews he’s conducted with officials at large public procurement agencies, Gordon has found that procurement teams tend to focus their research on price and cost-savings and not...

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Public-Sector Tech: Ongoing Issues and Opportunities

As agencies attempt to connect government to technology, there are enduring themes and disruptive topics that keep showing up. GovTech provides a rundown of technology trends that both elected leaders and government officials keep talking about. The article provides an overview of the issues...

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Small Business GAO Bid Protests Are Less Successful

GAO bid protests filed by small businesses are (statistically speaking) less likely to succeed than protests filed by large contractors, according to the RAND Corporation’s recent bid protest study . The disparity isn’t the result of discrimination against small businesses, but rather a...