A little bit of technical debt can sometimes be strategic, but keep an eye on it to make sure it doesn’t get out of hand. And as always, plan ahead.
Posts Tagged: technical
Updating our SAM.gov profile reminded me to visit GovLoop, which led to sharing old USAF electrical training recomendation powerpoint from our archives. Since those many years ago, we have added PLC simulation training software, SCADA training and much more. We have come a long ways since then. 🙂 Click >> Electrician Training for USAF fromRead… Read more »
Purposes, Personas, Conversations – Practical Techniques for Everything You Create April 15, 2013 – 7:00 PM – Pittsburgh, PA One of the most important contributions of technical writing has been the realization that everything we write is part of a conversation between author and reader. And as we have all moved from paper to screen,Read… Read more »
April 28-29, 2011 in North Bethesda, MD This course will offer you techniques, templates, checklists, and opportunities to develop win themes, management sections, risk sections, past performance references, resumes, and technical volumes. This course focuses on solution development, including Concepts of Operations (CONOPS), and explores in detail the type of content that goes into compliant,Read… Read more »
In this course you will learn and practice speed-writing techniques to produce compliant and compelling federal and commercial proposals in half the time. This frees up your schedule and resources for brainstorming on a solution and polishing your proposal to raise your win probability. It will help you stress less, and make the writing processRead… Read more »
by Donna L. Quesinberry Government Business Examiner In the technological hour of 2010 there are so many inroads to business development that just don’t employ legacy plans of action. We now enjoy Pod-casting, Wikis and Wikipedia, Social Networks (SNS), Videographies, Webinars, SlideShares, YouTube videos, TelePresence, inVirtual communications, etc. Add to this laundry list of newRead… Read more »
Work for fee – not free. by Donna L. Quesinberry Government Business Examiners 2009 had to be the worst year ever for economic woes in federal contracts. The Government Business Examiner in talking with numerous industry experts has learned that many consultants and businesses experienced a tough market climate during the past year, but everyoneRead… Read more »