I recently surveyed 113 federal contractors about their success in federal contracting. 49% said their win rate is less than 10%. That didn’t surprise me. In 2010, when I was researching my book, I interviewed a business owner who was all excited about winning her first federal contract.
As experts warned of the ‘dire’ threats posed by outdated federal technology, lawmakers grilled top feds, debated workforce issues and inched closer to backing a $3.1 billion fix-it fund.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz said he was warming up to the idea of the fund, but wants assurances that money will be spent wisely and receive a return on investment.
From an IBM Series/1 and floppy drives to COBOL and Assembly languages, old federal systems never die.
Survey finds four out of five federal IT decision makers frustrated with FedRAMP Read More
The House Oversight Committee asked several agency CIOs why the proposed IT Modernization Fund is necessary and how the money would be used.
Leading Government Contractors and their in-house counsel arrived at Crowell & Moring’s annual Ounce of Prevention Seminar (OOPS) at the Marriott Renaissance Hotel today. The 32nd annual event, which runs May 25-26, opened with remarks from partners Daniel Forman and Amy O’Sullivan, and a panel featuring Crowell & Moring chair Angela Styles, partner Robert Burton,… Continue Reading
The GAO (Government Accountability Office) recently published its decision on a protest filed be URS Federal Services of an award made by the Army to VSE Corporation. URS, the incumbent contractor for the work, alleged that the Army should have rejected VSE’s bid as unrealistically low-priced (among other charges). GAO denied the protest.
The government can now keep pace with innovation trends in commercial sectors.
We recently launched a new feature to help our customers identify potential competitors before they submit their proposal – GovTribe Insights.