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Maximus’ Tom Romeo: Outcomes-Based Contracting Model Could Help Advance Trump Admin’s Accountability Agenda

Tom Romeo, general manager of U.S. federal services business at Maximus, has said agencies should adopt an outcomes-based contracting model as the Trump administration calls for the federal government to improve the delivery of services to citizens amid scant resources. Romeo, an inductee into Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 for 2017, wrote in …

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Deltek Sees Health IT as Potential Growth Area for Federal Contractors

Deltek projects U.S. government spending on electronic health record systems and other health information technology platforms to reach almost $5 billion by 2019, the Washington Post reported Thursday. Angie Petty, a Deltek senior principal research analyst, writes that federal programs and rules for health data management could accelerate use of EHRs, telemedicine and HIT …

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Deltek’s Deniece Peterson: Smaller Contractors Must Have “Strategic Mindset” to Stay Competitive

Deniece Peterson, director of federal industry analysis at Deltek, believes small goverment contractors must think strategically to compete and thrive in the same space as much bigger players, she writes in a Washington Post column published Monday. Peterson writes that small firms can stay competitive by having a well-structured portfolio, …

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