Strategy for Federal Growth 2020 into 2021 By Gloria Larkin, President & CEO TargetGov It is a mistake to assume that a new fiscal year (October 1) begins slowly. As fiscal year 2021 begins and simultaneously the 2020 calendar year rushes to an end, companies can see greater federal growth, revenue and profitability... Read More
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Proposal Management; Increasing Wins at the FY End
Decades of federal government contract spending habits have proven to be a direct cause of the dramatic increase in awarded contracts as the September 30 fiscal year-end approaches. Even with a reduced budget, the “use it or lose it” mentality is a driving force in government purchasing at this time of the year, whether it is for a $100 credit card purchase or a $10 billion contract. Although not all agencies award their contracts in this way, a large... Read More
Cybersecurity Federal Contracting 2018 Outlook to be Presented at October CyberMaryland Conference
By Gloria Larkin October is National Cybersecurity Month and with the recent Equifax data breach affecting over 143 million people in the U.S., the reality of cybersecurity is hot news in both the public and private sectors. The U.S. Federal Government has been in front of the cybersecurity curve in budgeting billions of dollars for... Read More
How effective is your fiscal year end?
By Luis Valdivieso Now that the end of the U.S. Government’s budgeting fiscal year is almost over, it’s time to ask some difficult questions. Were you successful in gaining any new contracts? Did you meet your goals? The question I feel is the most important of all is, did you execute your capture plan? This... Read More