GSA talks supply chain in upcoming webinar — Washington Technology

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GSA is planning a webinar for Aug. 15 to discuss supply chain issues across the federal government.

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M&A forecast: Contracts, customers, technology driving more deals — Washington Technology

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Mergers and acquisition activity will be driven by a need for large contract vehicles, customer relationships and new technologies. Listen to editor Nick Wakeman on Amtower Off Center.

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8 things you must do to prepare for September — Washington Technology

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September is the business month of the fiscal year as agencies rush to spend their ‘use or lose it’ funding. ImmixGroup executive Steve Charles offers eight tips for making sure you are ready for the rush.

Source: 8 things you must do to prepare for September — Washington Technology

Agency Spam Filter Excludes Proposal; Offeror Loses Protest – SmallGovCon

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An emailed proposal was caught in the agency’s spam filter and then deleted–and the GAO denied the offeror’s protest.

Source: Agency Spam Filter Excludes Proposal; Offeror Loses Protest – SmallGovCon

Black Hat vs. White Hat Review Process | BIT Solutions

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During your capture process, you’ll want to run both Black Hat and White Hat reviews to have the best possible chance of a successful capture.

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New Rules Regarding Government Employees Seeking Post-Government Employment | PNWC’s Government Contracting Update

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PNWC's Government Contracting Update

The Federal Government Ethics Office issued revised rules last week related to employees of the Executive Branch seeking other non-Federal employment. These new rules are certainly not controversial or difficult to understand and apply. They fall into the common sense category of regulations. In fact, when the Ethics Officer released it proposed rules back in February, no one bothered to respond.

Source: PNWC’s Government Contracting Update: New Rules Regarding Government Employees Seeking Post-Government Employment

OMB Policy Aims to Cut Data Center Spending by 25 Percent – Nextgov.com

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The Data Center Optimization Initiative aims to cut data center costs by 25 percent at the close of fiscal 2018.

Source: OMB Policy Aims to Cut Data Center Spending by 25 Percent – Nextgov.com

Contractor for Afghan Army Vehicles More Than Doubled Cost, Watchdog Finds – Contracting – GovExec.com

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Miscues and waste likely to require Pentagon to spend $1 billion more.

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7 reasons the best BD professionals succeed — Washington Technology

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Business development success is a combination of best practices and the right mindset working together and achieving repeatable success. Here are seven principles you need to know.

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5 Steps to Prepare for Late Summer Proposals – Red Team Consulting

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Learn to make smarter proposal decisions and streamline your proposal process in the latest issue of FedHealthIT magazine. In his article titled, 5 Steps to Prepare for Late Summer Proposals, Jeff Shen (Vice President of Red Team) discusses what you can do to better prepare yourself and […]

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