Can Vendor Scorecards Cut Down on IT Project Failures? | Government Technology

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California wants to find out.

When NASCIO surveyed its members about IT procurement in 2015, almost 50 percent had negative opinions about the process and 70 percent of vendor partners were moderately to very dissatisfied with state IT procurement processes.

Source: Can Vendor Scorecards Cut Down on IT Project Failures? | Government Technology

6 competitive IT strategy tips from state government CIOs and CxOs | CIO

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Even CxOs of state and local governments must stay competitive. But how can IT departments compete amidst budget constraints and red tape? Learn six mindful takeaways to be competitively strategic, even in tough conditions.

Source: 6 competitive IT strategy tips from state government CIOs and CxOs | CIO

Why Tech Companies Should Work with Government Rather than Against It | MIT Technology Review

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The former chief digital officer of New York, Rachel Haot, explains why government and entrepreneurs need to work together.

Source: Why Tech Companies Should Work with Government Rather than Against It | MIT Technology Review

Study to Determine the Impact of Bid Protests on Government Contracting | PNWC’s Government Contracting Update

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Its the time of the year when House and Senate committees are considering next fiscal year’s National Defense Authorization Act. Right now, there are differences between the House and Senate versions and various committees are doing their “markups”. Its impossible to predict the final version but it is interesting nonetheless to peer in and see what Congress is thinking.

Source: Study to Determine the Impact of Bid Protests on Government Contracting | PNWC’s Government Contracting Update

GAO Won’t Evaluate Subcontractors’ Small Business Status – SmallGovCon

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The GAO lacks jurisdiction to consider a challenge to the size status of an offeror’s proposed subcontractor, according to a recent GAO bid protest decision.

Source: GAO Won’t Evaluate Subcontractors’ Small Business Status – SmallGovCon

2016 Top 100 reflects a changing government market — Washington Technology

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Washington Technology has ranked the 100 largest government contractors for more than two decades, and this year’s rankings reflect a market undergoing significant changes from top to bottom.

Source: 2016 Top 100 reflects a changing government market — Washington Technology

Introducing the 2016 Top 100 — Washington Technology

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For the 23rd year, we’ve ranked the largest contractors providing IT, systems integration and other high-tech products and services to the federal government. Read our analysis of the trends and issues driving today’s market.

Source: Introducing the 2016 Top 100 — Washington Technology

Importance of Disclosures and Cooperation During and After Internal Investigations – Government Contracts Legal Forum

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The rules, regulations, and incentives for government contractors facing investigations (whether internal or external) have changed dramatically in the last year. From the new demands of the “Yates Memorandum” to the Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces proposed rule to the shift from exclusion-driven interactions with Suspending and Debarring Officials (SDOs) to show cause letter and… Continue Reading

Source: Importance of Disclosures and Cooperation During and After Internal Investigations – Government Contracts Legal Forum

SBA Expands Small Business Joint Venture Eligibility – SmallGovCon

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The SBA has issued a final rule making it easier for small businesses to form joint ventures with one another, without being deemed affiliated.

Source: SBA Expands Small Business Joint Venture Eligibility – SmallGovCon

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