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APTAC: To win federal contracts, focus on the fundamentals (with related video) | American City & County

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Jane Dowgwillo tells how Procurement Technical Assistance Centers around the U.S. can be a big help to businesses that want to start selling to government agencies and win government contracts.

Source: APTAC: To win federal contracts, focus on the fundamentals (with related video)

The Public Procurement Guide for Elected and Senior Government Officials | American City and Government

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For those unfamiliar with the ins and outs of the industry, public procurement can be a complicated topic to broach. To clear the confusion, NIGP – The Institute for Public Procurement has released its Public Procurement Guide for Senior and Elected Government Officials

Source: The Public Procurement Guide for Elected and Senior Government Officials

Photo Gallery: Mayors and other experts offer their views on 2017 government budgets | American City & County

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Government budgets are growing a little in 2017. Mayors and other officials make predictions in this gallery.

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U.S Communities: Cooperative contract enables public sector organizations to get the supplies they need | American City & County

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Amazon Business was awarded a multi-year U.S. Communities contract to provide products via an online marketplace to registered participants of the U.S. Communities program.

Source: U.S Communities: Cooperative contract enables public sector organizations to get the supplies they need

Why local governments should embrace fair pay and safe workplace contractor policies | American City & County

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Senior director of client success Mina Mina discusses why it’s important for governments to embrace the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order and how to do so.

Source: Why local governments should embrace fair pay and safe workplace contractor policies | Viewpoints

For Veteran’s Day: Helping veteran-owned firms get their share of government contracts | American City & County

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Experts from veteran-owned businesses and trade groups discuss some of the tools and resources that can help veteran-owned companies win government contracts.

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Public Procurement 2020 | American City & County

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Public purchasers are seeing a variety of trends taking shape as we head to 2020. The trends include urgent recruiting to replace retirees, expanded buying through cooperative contracts and greater reliance on all types of procurement technology.

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TargetGov: Tools that can help veteran-owned businesses win government contracts (with related video) | American City & County

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As Veteran’s Day approaches on Nov. 11, things are looking up for veteran-owned businesses that are seeking government contracts. Here are some resources that can help veteran-owned businesses win contracts at all levels of government.

Source: TargetGov: Tools that can help veteran-owned businesses win government contracts (with related video)

Where should public sector budget dollars go in 2017? | American City & County

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Total government purchases in the U.S. could reach $3.36 trillion in 2017. That’s 3 percent higher than 2016 levels, say forecasters at IHS Global Insight. As we head into 2017, which areas need more public sector budget dollars? Please choose your answer(s). We’ll report poll results in the next Keating Report forecast on government budgets and spending

Source: Where should public sector budget dollars go in 2017? | American City & County

Navigating New Waters: Calming the Rough C’s: Contracts, Crisis and Conflict | American City & County

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In this first in a series of webinars presented by the National Coalition for Public Procurement, learn about Plotting the Course to Effective Contract Management

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