Entries by Vidhi Pandya

Women-Owned Businesses in Federal Contracts

The contracts awarded to Women-owned businesses was approx. $25 billion of total federal contract spending last year – but that figure accounts for less than 5% of total contracts awarded, according to data provided by American Express. The first step for women interested in winning this business is to expand their view of what goods […]

GSA’s decision to replace FBO with SAM.GOV in November 2019

In the past, GSA has managed 10 different federal acquisition sites. On November 8,  2019 they will release a new service, bea.SAM.gov (SAM). The new site, created by GSA’s IEA (Integrated Award Environment), will combine services from all 10 different acquisition sites including FBO, thereby retiring FBO from use. FBO, or Federal Business Opportunities, is […]


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Deltek’s 10th Annual Government Contracting Clarity Industry Study

On June 25th 2019 Deltek started their webinar series for the 10th annual Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Industry Study. The results are based on a survey of more than 700 respondent in government contracting and designed to identify federal contracting trends and analyze market outlook, top trends in business development, human capital management, project management, […]

GSA Sends out RFI for MAS Consolidation

The General Service Administration issued a Request for Information in order to seek feedback from the industry on the upcoming modernization process of MAS. MAS Consolidation is one of the four cornerstone initiatives of the Federal Marketplace (FMP) Strategy, GSA’s plan to modernize and simplify the buying and selling experience for customers, suppliers, and acquisition […]

F-35 Funding in Danger

The F-35 is said to be the answer to the worldwide problem of aging tactical aircraft, serving as the most advanced multi-role fighter in the world. It boasts versatility, lethality, and affordability – yes affordability. While this seems like an odd characteristic of a state-of-the-art war machine, the reality is that the US government and […]

Entrepreneurial Optimism: Small Business and Technology

The world we live in getting more complex, especially in the realm of data and business. As technological change continues to offer new, more efficient solutions to big business problems, the demand for cutting-edge tech is achieving astronomical heights. For the largest financial institutions in the world, revamping and modernizing data platforms and software is […]

GSA’s Top Tech for Fiscal 2019

As technology grows at its current explosive rate, the federal government is not to be left in the dust when it comes to keeping up and modernizing its own tech. GSA’s (General Service Administration) IT category lead, Bill Zielinski, sounded off on the topic of IT modernization, highlighting several areas of activity to be on […]

GSA Modernization Efforts

The motif of modernization has been a pervasive goal of the federal government in the past decade. The onset of the internet allowed for easier access to contract opportunities and better business. Part of this modernization includes updating contract writing systems and acquisition portals. In the past few years the Navy and Army have both […]

Boeing in Hot Water

The United States recently became the last country to ground the Boeing 737 Max aircraft. This decision comes after days of mounting pressure by the public and the government to investigate and evaluate the processes behind the aircraft, and why the two most recent crashes have been eerily similar in their causation. This incident alone […]