FFYE

August 30, 2016
8 Tips for Making Smart IT Buying Decisions this Federal Year-End premium
Federal fiscal year-end is the busiest season for government IT spending. With only a few weeks left to spend the $3.8 trillion apportioned in Uncle Sam’s 2016 budget, the pressure is on to spend prudently and procure efficiently. But with growing media and public concern that year-end spending is wasteful, how can your agency make […]
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Government Writer
August 18, 2016
3 Tactics Procurement Officers Can Use to Get Through the Craziness of Federal Year-End premium
With continued unpredictability about the annual federal appropriations process, the 2016 federal fiscal year-end busy season is likely to be as crazy as usual for federal procurement teams. According to testimony given before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs in September 2015, Jason Fichtner a senior research fellow at George Mason University, […]
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Government Writer
September 3, 2013
End of the Year as We Know IT premium
Crazy times. Furloughs froze contracting shops and requiring organizations. Last year's playbook for year-end opportunities is no good. Everybody – inside and outside of government – trying to work out what September will bring. Here's a take on how the Army will close ranks – from a fella who's spent some time in the foxhole.
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August 20, 2013
CEO Insight Part Two: Silver Linings in the New Normal premium
We’ve reached the halfway point of 2013, which also signals the beginning of the federal fiscal year end (FFYE). This is a good time to take a second and survey what we’ve seen so far and what we can expect over the next six months. This is part two of my CEO Insight in which I'll talk about cybersecurity, state and local, financing, and the federal fiscal year end.
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