The thoughtful creation of agency acquisition teams is an innovative way to ensure that acquisition policies, practices and attitudes lead to timely mission success.
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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.
While low-code and no-code tools can provide benefits, agencies should be judicious in how they use them and understand the limitations of what they can provide.
Government procurement isn’t easy. Here’s what the process looks like from the private-sector side.
When vendors make their case, your decision may depend on asking the right questions.
The lowest bidder isn’t always the best choice — especially when it comes to government software purchases. Here’s what you could be missing.
Evaluating vendor’s responses to RFPs is an essential — and sometimes frustrating — part of the acquisition process. Here’s some advice on how to make those decisions.
Innovation is the introduction of a new idea, method, or device. Changing processes is essential to making the best use of innovations in technology.
What’s the spending strategy here? Simply this: A culture that values innovation seeks solutions for smarter ways to work.
While the technology that agencies buy has changed considerably in recent years, the process of buying it, not so much. So just as government IT faces modernization, the procurement of government IT needs to modernize, too.