Stan Soloway

    Snowden case launches open season on contractors

    Washington turns the Edward Snowden scandal into another opportunity to attack contractors instead of entering a serious debate about national security policy. Read More

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    Robert Davis

    Don't skimp on your knowledge base

    Careers today will stretch out over decades and no matter how young or how old, cultivating a broad knowledge-base is critical to fruitful path forward. Read More

    Robert Davis

    Is management to blame when projects fail?

    Projects that falter usually have a common root cause - a failure of management. Do you know the four critical elements that all good managers must juggle? Read More

    Bob Lohfeld

    Is the government starting to hate LPTA too?

    Signs are emerging that government evaluators are starting to fell hamstrung by lowest price, technically acceptable contracting because it limits their judgement. Bob Lohfeld reviews two recent examples. Read More

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    Mark Amtower

    5 end-of-year tactics you must follow

    In this strangest of strange years, there are five tactics you must embrace as the calendar hurries toward the end of the fiscal year. They could mean the difference between success and defeat. Read More

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