One of the biggest barriers to improved software supply chain management is the fact that government and its software vendors aren’t using the same terminology and baseline data to clearly communicate what software is being purchased and how it’s being used.
Technology can make our jobs and citizens’ lives easier…as long as everyone is using it right. When you make an investment in technology, how do you get your staff and citizens on board?
There are many contract vehicles that are at the ready to be used; however, while navigating those choices can be unnerving, it doesn’t have to be done alone.
A better way to acquire IT that more closely matches the speed of innovation has long been a priority for agency CIOs. The government is responding with new acquisition approaches.
Ohio University provides procurement assistance to support the economic development of the counties surrounding its campus.
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) recently partnered with the National Association of State Procurement Officers (NASPO) to create a State IT Procurement Negotiations roadmap. GovLoop sat down with Meredith Ward, Senior Policy Analyst at NASCIO, to hear what they learned from that process.
Members of the CIO and CFO communities posed this question to a panel of experts who are implementing TBM to better track and report IT spending.
Improving the SBA’s web presence was about more than technology and design changes; it marked the need for a complete culture shift.
Learn about the most common barriers to innovation in government acquisition — and potential ways to overcome them to truly wrap innovation into acquisition efforts and help government keep pace with technology.
The business of government is complex, highly demanding, and the direction of many projects can change without so much as a moment’s notice – effective government contract management can help ensure projects stay on track.