Learn how to manage large portfolios or programs so all vendors are aligned to mission delivery, transparency is encouraged, and the adoption of a “badgeless culture” can be baked into contracts.
Here are three ways your agency can factor diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) into its procurements and fulfill its social responsibilities.
The more familiar customers are with the offerings on a contract, the easier it is to make efficient procurements the norm rather than the exception.
Government procurement organizations have faced three primary challenges during the pandemic: opacity, corruption and failure to integrate adequte policies.
The best way to securing the IT supply chain is a process of working with trusted partners to analyze risk and make sound decisions.
Learn how acquisition automation technology allows agencies to connect disparate tools and data and streamline complex, tedious contracting processes.
Although some of the time-to-compliance issues can’t be controlled, there are ways to significantly accelerate critical parts of the FedRAMP compliance process.
Federal agencies must have confidence in a procurement process comprising tens of thousands of suppliers and sub-suppliers.
AI and ML solutions can increase agencies’ efficiency, improve job satisfaction, and increase the quality of services offered to constituents.
Understanding all combined initial and future costs of technology solutions can be difficult when evaluating buying or building a technology solution. Not understanding those costs, however, can lead to budget issues and project failures.