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  • The Top Five Issues Facing Government Contractors - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    The Top Five Issues Facing Government Contractors

    When CEOs around the beltway can’t sleep at night, chances are these issues are keeping them up: in-sourcing, organizational conflicts of interest (OCI), the stimulus package, healthcare, and cybersecurity.  Here’s our take on these hot-button issues: In-Sourcing In-sourcing has worried CEOs around the beltway since President Obama took office in January and pledged to move […] More

  • In-Sourcing: Be Solution-Oriented - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    In-Sourcing: Be Solution-Oriented

    In a recent interview with ExecutiveBiz, Anthony Verna of Paradigm Solutions discussed some of the implications of the emerging trend of competitive in-sourcing in the government contracting market. Verna says, “…if the government gets a little more traction with sustaining and scaling the acquisition workforce, there will be less large contracts, and those that do […] More

  • Bob McDonnell and Creigh Deeds: Stare and Compare - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Bob McDonnell and Creigh Deeds: Stare and Compare

    Bob McDonnell and Creigh Deeds will be speaking to the Potomac Officers’ Club at a “Stare-and-Compare” event next week on September 10th (click here to register), and they recently spoke to ExecutiveBiz.  Here’s ExecutiveBiz’s “stare-and-compare” of the Virginia Gubernatorial Candidates. Q: How do you plan to make Virginia a more business friendly state? Bob McDonnell:  […] More

  • Feds Are "In-Sourcing" GovCon Jobs...Get Used to It? - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Feds Are “In-Sourcing” GovCon Jobs…Get Used to It?

    In-Sourcing: two hyphenated words with the power to strike fear into the hearts of government contractors.  While it’s true that at a basic level, in-sourcing means fewer jobs contracted out to private industry and therefore fewer contracting dollars, proponents say the news isn’t all bad.  Here are some thoughts from local, recognizable leaders of government and […] More

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