State of the CIO 2017: More challenging, still complicated | CIO

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The 16th annual State of the CIO report shows that the life of the dual-role CIO is both more challenging and more rewarding. Get used to the new reality.

Source: State of the CIO 2017: More challenging, still complicated | CIO

Progress made at VA but not made quickly enough, GAO says – FederalNewsRadio.com

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Both GAO and VA’s inspector general say leadership at the department is committed to removing VA health care from GAO’s High-Risk List.

Source: Progress made at VA but not made quickly enough, GAO says – FederalNewsRadio.com

Smaller companies strongly represented in US Army desktop deal – Government Computing Network

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Eight out of nine companies winning up to 10-year Army Desktop and Mobile Computing deal are smaller players

Source: Smaller companies strongly represented in US Army desktop deal – Government Computing Network

Contract Close-Out Process – Part 1 | PNWC’s Government Contracting Update

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Now that DCAA (Defense Contract Audit Agency) has essentially caught up with auditing or administratively closing contractor incurred cost submissions, there is a flurry of activity by contracting officer to close out contracts needing final indirect rates.

Source: PNWC’s Government Contracting Update: Contract Close-Out Process – Part 1

GSA gives the ‘dump DUNS’ movement more hope – FederalNewsRadio.com

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The General Services Administration released a request for information asking for input from the data community for other potential ways to validate and verify vendors.

Source: GSA gives the ‘dump DUNS’ movement more hope – FederalNewsRadio.com

The Fiscal Year 2017 Government Spending Picture | BIT Solutions

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To keep your business bringing in those important and lucrative government contracts, you need to look at likely areas for a budget boost in FY 2017.

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High value but not so high profile – GovCon | Lohfeld

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Brenda Crist advises that as more work moves to high-profile IDIQ contracts, understanding and analyzing potential TOs is crucial to building your pipeline.

Source: High value but not so high profile – GovCon | Lohfeld

Benefits and Value Statements: Not the Same Thing – David Yockelson | Gartner

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When tech providers create their messaging, there are often the inevitable “features vs. benefits” authoring tasks in which product or content marketers attempt to wrest IT or business benefits from sets of product features. If this work is successful, buyers will be able to understand not only the key features that address their (presumed) pain points or […]

Source: Benefits and Value Statements: Not the Same Thing – David Yockelson

Small businesses need to stand out. Here’s how — Washington Technology

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Small businesses face the daunting task of getting new customers to know who they are. It is hard, but not impossible. Here’s what you need to do.

Source: Small businesses need to stand out. Here’s how — Washington Technology

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