After some careful consideration over the last few weeks, I decided to leave Deltek to pursue other opportunities. Last Friday (March 9, 2012) was my last day. With this transition there are a couple of important things I want to convey: 1) I will miss the daily interactions with government contractors that made my role
I had the opportunity in the early spring of 2012, to put together and moderate a panel on “Cloud Trends In The Federal Market” while I was at GovWin.com. The federal government’s move to the cloud is ongoing. We see both the private and public sector using cloud technology to improve storage and data accessibility.
As part of the Virtual Executive Roundtable series that we started at GovWin.com, we have put together two outstanding panels of experts – one to cover the government’s cloud initiatives (February 16) and another to address the new programs and efforts to enhance cybersecurity (March 9). But going beyond forming a panel of leading cloud
Though the cuts to Defense Department funding is a close second, the shock of GTSI’s suspension by the Small Business Administration from receiving new procurement work on October 1st reverberated through the government contracting space. Though the suspension lasted just a few weeks and has since been lifted, the allegations GTSI improperly subcontracted through other
On Thursday, September 16 from 5:30 to 8:00 pm, a group of leading business development professionals in the government space is gathering at the Tower Club in Tysons Corner, VA to discuss best practices, strategies and changes in the federal procurement marketplace. The event will help facilitate a discussion among the leaders in federal contracting
For people interested in business development in the government space, there is an event at the Tower Club on Thursday, September 16th, 5:30 – 8:00 pm, featuring some of the leading experts in obtaining government contracts. The event will cover things like, finding the right opportunities, developing capture strategies and proposals, and more. What’s more,