Sometimes common words become terms of art with specific meanings in a specific context. In government contracting, “amendment” and “modification” are narrowly defined — and they aren’t interchangeable.
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Innovation is the introduction of a new idea, method, or device. Changing processes is essential to making the best use of innovations in technology.
The FTE may no longer be the best way to get the project team you need. Consider structuring your staffing around partial FTEs to get the right expertise.
The collaborative development envelope addresses poor performance and provides incentives to achieve better solutions with a transparent approach.
With modern solutions, state and local governments can now achieve holistic and easy-to-access insights into their spending.
We see these new BIC designations as proof that GSA is developing the programs and contracts that will shape and lead future IT category management efforts
Ready to start innovating your procurement processes but not sure where to start? Check out what the VA is doing to make these processes more effective and efficient.
The “pay for success” movement in the non-profit world is starting to take hold at the federal, state, and local levels. But a prerequisite is having some way of measuring success – and ensuring the funding models encourage it.
It is always difficult when vendor performance on a contract starts going south. The signs are often small at first, a missed deadline, a work product that just isn’t quite what you were expecting, a meeting with stakeholders that does not work out as planned. Then the issues become bigger – multiple missed deadlines, incompleteRead… Read more »
Cancelling a contract is a drastic step, but sometimes it has to be done. The agency has expended time and money with the vendor for a particular product and things just are not working out. Remedial steps of having regular status meetings with the vendor, amending the contract and making specific work plans to addressRead… Read more »