• OPINION
    Steve Charles

    Cyber getting baked into more procurements

    Work is underway on increasing cybersecurity requirements on many of the IT products and services government agencies buy. Procurement expert Steve Charles explores the critical steps you must take to prepare for this change in the market. Read More

    Comments: 2
  • OPINION
    A.J. Clark

    The lifesaving imperative of adopting new technologies

    With the rapid rise of new mobile and geospatial technologies hold the promising of reducing costs while increasing capabilities and above all, saving soldiers lives. Read More

  • ANALYSIS
    Jim Kane

    Market conditions drive changing corporate strategies

    Today's market is driving companies to change strategies to compete and remain profitable. In part two of this exclusive analysis, industry expert Jim Kane explores these strategic choices and how companies are adjusting to the competitive environment. Read More

  • ANALYSIS
    Jim Kane

    The noise surrounding LPTA, sequestration masks a deeper shift in the market

    In this exclusive analysis, Washington Technology explores how the noise surrounding lowest price contracting and budget cuts are disguising a profound shift in the market. In part one of a two-part series, industry expert Jim Kane explores how this shift impacts contractors and the risks they take on in their government projects. Read More

  • OPINION
    Chris Knotts

    When tech support goes global, are federal networks compromised?

    Moving tech support overseas has lowered costs for manufacturers and customers, but creates several security questions for government agencies. Force 3's CTO Chris Knotts offers his take and a possible solution. Read More

  • OPINION
    Bernie Gauf

    Is it time to revamp your software testing strategies?

    Today's market demands efficiencies and cost savings, so why are labor intensive software testing still the norm? Bernie Gauf argues that automated software testing offers the advantages of lower costs and higher quality. Here's what you need to know. Read More

    Comments: 3
  • OPINION
    Robert Davis

    4 critical questions to guide your career

    Careers last longer and involve multiple employers, so you need to know the critical questions to ask yourself as you take responsibility for your professional development. Remember, no one is going to do it for you. Read More

  • OPINION

    Can you afford to chase premium price? Maybe.

    In this era of lowest price contracting, a price premium might seem to be a pipe dream but Robert Lohfeld's analysis shows that if the opportunity presents itself, it can be well-worth the pursuit. Read More

    Comments: 1
  • OPINION
    Ed Hammersla

    Time to bury GOTS technology

    Known as GOTS, government-off-the-shelf technology has seen its day come and go. It's wasteful and just can't keep up with rapidly changing times. Read More

  • OPINION
    Lisa Mascolo

    Can an Agile mindset save you from the LPTA trap?

    The Agile methodology can create a closer partnership with customers and increase the likelihood of success but it can also help your solutions stand out as exceptional in a low-price, technically acceptable world. Read More

    Comments: 2

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