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Contractors: Get ready for tighter DOD supply chain enforcement — Washington Technology

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The Defense Department has been ramping up efforts to quash supply chain vulnerabilities with enhanced cybersecurity guidance that gives the organization greater access to contractors’ security protocols and controls even before awarding a contract.

Source: Contractors: Get ready for tighter DOD supply chain enforcement — Washington Technology

7 insights for working with federal public affairs officers — Washington Technology

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When you ask most government marketers or sales teams what types of marketing collateral works best, they will typically place government case studies at or near the top of their list.

Source: 7 insights for working with federal public affairs officers — Washington Technology

GSA’s COMET contract moving ahead — Washington Technology

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Vendors have until April 29 to submit their bids for half of the General Services Administration’s CIO Modernization and Enterprise Transformation contract.

Source: GSA’s COMET contract moving ahead — Washington Technology

How to talk modernization to unlock sales opportunities — Washington Technology

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Modernization has been a popular talk track for speakers on the federal circuit for the last few years, especially since the Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act of 2017 authorized the establishment of the popular Technology Modernization Fund (TMF).

Source: How to talk modernization to unlock sales opportunities — Washington Technology

EIS task order awards coming soon — Washington Technology

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In the next few days, a group of federal agencies will likely announce their first “live” contract awards under the General Services Administration’s $50 billion, 15-year Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions telecommunications contract.

Source: EIS task order awards coming soon — Washington Technology

Ernst & Young to take over contractor entity validation — Washington Technology

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For now, it appears that Dun & Bradstreet’s decades-long run as the company whose service federal agencies uses to identify and track contractors may be over.

Source: Ernst & Young to take over contractor entity validation — Washington Technology

So you want to be a consultant? 5 tips for your survival — Washington Technology

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Over the years several people have come up to me at various events and said something like, “I can do what you do.” Usually I simply respond, “Go for it.”

Source: So you want to be a consultant? 5 tips for your survival — Washington Technology

DHS to move on from Eagle II — Washington Technology

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The chief procurement officer at the Department of Homeland Security plans to move to established contract vehicles outside DHS to support the agency’s IT services needs, instead of recompeting its big EAGLE II contract.

Source: DHS to move on from Eagle II — Washington Technology

The secret to FITARA compliance — Washington Technology

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Even as agencies continue to struggle to do better than status quo compliance with the annual Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act, the next self-reporting period is looming. Instead of creating strategies to force-fit legacy systems into compliance, agencies might do better by starting over.

Source: The secret to FITARA compliance — Washington Technology

Leading execs to share insights on 2019 strategies — Washington Technology

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With the specter of another partial shutdown gone and unlikely to return, government contractors can put their full attention on the strategies they need to win in 2019 and beyond.

Source: Leading execs to share insights on 2019 strategies — Washington Technology

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