Stan Soloway

    Weak processes stymie DOD cost-control efforts

    While solving the overarching fiscal impasse is out of DOD's control, there is plenty the department can and should be doing to reduce costs and operate more efficiently; however, the problem is that no one seems to be doing it. PSC President Stan Soloway explains. Read More

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    Mark Amtower

    7 elements of thought leadership

    It's not enough to be an expert. A true thought leaders shares knowledge and engages his community. Here are seven elements follow to be a thought leader. Read More

    Comments: 3
    Bob Lohfeld

    How crazy subcontractors can kill your bid

    Proposal expert Bob Lohfeld shares some war stories about subcontractors who torpedoed proposals, and what actions you should take to avoid the same fate. Read More

    Comments: 6
    Bob Nunnally

    Four keys to grooming millennials as future leaders

    Every leader should actively engage the 20-somethings on their staff and start grooming them as future leaders, writes Bob Nunnally. He explains the four focus areas to engage and grow the millennials at your company. Read More

    Comments: 3
    Fred Baradari

    Lean analytics offer promise to better serving citizens

    In part one of a three-part series, Xerox VP Fred Baradari offers advice on how contractors can embrace agile analytics as a way to improve solutions for government agencies and citizens. Read More

    Christopher Romani

    6 strategies for thriving in uncertain times

    Integrity CEO Christopher Romani explains the six strategies he is using to help his small business find growth and opportunities during these uncertain times. Read More

    Comments: 1
    Mike Lisagor

    Capture management & opportunity assessment: Understanding the requirements

    Centurion Research Solutions business development expert Mike Lisagor launches a multi-part series on how to assess the win-ability of a new business opportunity. Read More


    Beyond the budget: 9 issues you should care about

    The budget isn't the only issue that is impacting government contractors. We review nine others that will effect the way government contractors go to market over the next 18 months. Read More

    Stan Soloway

    Post shutdown: Back to business as usual?

    There are some tough conversations ahead between contractors and their government customers as they try to bounce back from the 16-day shutdown. Doing things the usual way just won't cut it, but will anything really change? Read More

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    Mark Amtower

    Four steps to greater market visibility

    One of the most important things in the government market is making sure your prospective customer knows who you are. Marketing guru Mark Amtower offers four steps to greater visibility. Read More

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    In an exclusive for WT Insider members, we are collecting all of the contract awards we cover into a database that you can sort by contractor, agency, value and other parameters. You can also download it into a spreadsheet. Read More

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    Editor Nick Wakeman explores the puzzle of why SBA has been so silent on the latest contractor fraud scandal when it has been so quick to act in other cases. Read More