Posts Tagged: Deltek

Report: $20B Up for Grabs in Upcoming NIH IT Competition

Both technology manufacturers and resellers will compete under a potential 10-year, $20 billion government-wide information technology contract vehicle run by a National Institutes of Health office, the Washington Post reported Sunday. Marjorie Censer writes that NIH’s Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center intends to award 50 contracts under the Chief Information Officer-Commodities and Solutions programRead… Read more »

The IJIS Institute to Upgrade Its Resource Library with Deltek GovWin IQ

The IJIS Institute to Upgrade Its Resource Library with Deltek GovWin IQ The IJIS Institute will use the Deltek GovWin IQ platform to provide its members with access to public safety IT procurements HERNDON, Va. – July 23, 2013 – Deltek, Inc., the leading global provider of enterprise software and information solutions for government contractorsRead… Read more »

Despite Proposed Cuts, Opportunities Lay Ahead in Cybersecurity and Health Care for Contractors

According to a recent GovWin IQ study by Deltek, spending on government IT will decrease spending from $121 billion in 2012 to $113 billion by 2017. Budget pressures and IT mandates are driving this change. But, there is a silver lining. Cybersecurity and health IT will be growth areas, and IT cost-savings initiatives will beRead… Read more »

PODCAST: Ray Bjorklund, Chief Knowledge Officer at Deltek, Discusses Business Transformation Through Acquisition and Much More

Over the past 18-20 months, Deltek has taken innovative steps to transform its core business by acquiring three leading providers of information, teaming and software solutions designed to help companies compete more effectively for federal, state and local government business. By successfully merging INPUT, FedSources, and GovWin under one unified brand, the company is aRead… Read more »

Why isn’t planning standard operating procedure?

This blog was originally posted on Deltek Vision Project profitability alone fuels growth for architecture and engineering firm growth – nothing else. So in theory, integrated planning (e.g. knowing the profitability of every project and the utilization of every revenue-contributing resource) should be in place at every firm. This in turn would be a standingRead… Read more »