Benchmarking: Improve Your Win Rate Through Continuous Quality Improvement | Maryann Lesnick | May 27, 2016 APMP Bid & Proposal Con. Benchmarking proposal quality and proposal shop capabilities is essential for serious competitors in the federal market. This session will explore how to improve win rates by benchmarking against industry best practices.
A small business advocacy group is suing the the Small Business Administration for what it calls “creative accounting” and misrepresentation of federal contracting goals.
As part of National Small Business Week, federal and private sector officials noted the importance of employee education and cloud security.
The General Services Administration is known as the government’s landlord — currently managed under the Public Buildings Service — and the government’s buyer — through the Federal Acquisition Service. Now, GSA is staking its claim as the government’s technology innovation center with the creation of a new business line: the Technology Transformation Service.
Qvidian, the innovator in sales execution solutions, today announced they will again partner with APMP as a sponsor of the 2016 APMP Bid & Proposal Con taking place in Boston, MA.
Even after 15 years on the market, Microsoft SharePoint is still going strong. The enterprise content management and collaboration platform software is getting a number of updates over the coming year, to benefit the more than 200,000 companies using it today.
The technology industry offers some of the highest salaries of any industry, thanks to high demand for software engineers, developers, or data scientists. But, according to Glassdoor, these 10 tech companies pony up the top pay.
There have been many goals for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program since the concept was first floated in 2010: encouraging cloud adoption; “do once, use many times” efficiency; and trading check-box compliance for ongoing risk management, to name a few.
FCW talked with FedRAMP evangelist Ashley Mahan about her role in helping agencies adopt cloud technology.
As director of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, Goodrich is at the bustling, bureaucratic center of the federal government’s cloud market.