Implementing a Repeatable Capture Management Strategy | BIT Solutions

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An objective grading process is a big part of what makes a capture management process repeatable.

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Lack of transparency hurting government contracting — Washington Technology

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The lack of transparency around task orders and RFIs is common across government and its time to do something about it.

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Joe Petrillo: New contracting rule aims to fend off counterfeit parts – FederalNewsRadio.com

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The Defense Department continues to be concerned about counterfeit parts making their way into weapons systems and virtually everything else it buys.

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12 tips to help SMBs select and manage vendors | CIO

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Small business owners and experts share their strategies on how to build a successful, lasting partnership with suppliers/vendors.

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Federal Agencies Will Be Required to More Accurately Track Software Licenses | FedTech Magazine

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Under provisions of the recently enacted MEGABYTE Act, agency CIOs will need to create a comprehensive licensing policy to manage software inventories.

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4 Takeaways from GSA’s Shared Services Day | Federal Times

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GSA’s industry day marking the first year of USSM touts shared services’ progress and future.

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Report: D.C. agency shakeup followed St. Elizabeths contract dispute – Washington Business Journal

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The director of the D.C. Department of General Services resigned and two top staffers were placed on administrative leave after a construction company that was a contributor to Mayor Muriel Bowser’s campaign lost two big District contracts, according to WAMU.

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NDAA provision may destroy DoD transparency, groups say – FederalNewsRadio.com

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Almost 40 groups sent a letter to Congress asking it remove a FOIA exemption for DoD in the defense authorization bill.

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NASA CIO allows HPE contract to expire, refuses to sign-off on authority to operate | CSO Online

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In the wake of continued security problems, NASA’s CIO is sending a no-confidence signal to Hewlett Packard Enterprise, which received a $2.5 billion contract in 2011 to address problems with the agency’s outdated and insecure information technology infrastructure.

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