B2G Market Advisor
The B2G Market Advisor blog covers topics of interest to the government contracting community including industry trends, competitive landscape, sourcing new opportunities, small business designations and teaming for the U.S. federal, state, local and Canadian governments. Written by GovWin’s experienced analysts and experts, the B2G Market Advisor blog empowers companies to get ahead of the competition and win more business in the public sector.
The Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) held its 82nd Annual Conference and Expo August 14-17, 2016. The event featured several professional development sessions where attendees were given the opportunity to expand their knowledge in a number of public safety topics, including emerging technology and cutting edge issues.
One focal point of the National Association of Counties conference last week was big data and data-driven decision making and how it will impact governing. Many cities are already using analytical tools to keep children safe, reduce the pay gap, and diminish homelessness.
Earlier this month, Deltek recapped a PSMJ Resources Summit session titled “Consultants are from Mars, Clients are from Venus – Why Your Public-Sector Clients Act the Way They Do,” presented by PSMJ’s Michael Ellegood. Part one of the recap offered insight into the public sector business model as well as potential business opportunities for architecture, engineering and construction consultants. Now, we cover key qualities of trusted consultants and how firms can better understand client needs.
As reported earlier this month, Deltek was in full attendance at PSMJ Resources’ annual architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) summit in San Francisco, Calif. While representatives were busy manning our exhibit booth and presenting on talent management best practices, we also made sure to take part in many of the learning sessions focused on effective leadership, innovation and company growth.
PSMJ Resources Inc. held its annual architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) summit last week in San Francisco, Calif., where AEC professionals gathered to learn about best practices, industry trends, and how to thrive in an increasingly competitive market. More than 30 learning sessions were offered during the jam-packed event, with many presentations focused on effective leadership, innovation, and company growth.
This month, the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) held its annual conference with a focus on change and innovation in the architecture and engineering industry. The general tenor of the conference, which took place in Boston, Mass., was looking to the future and how to prepare in a variety of ways.
The 2015 National WIC Association (NWA) Technology and Program Integrity conference kicked off on September 28 in St. Louis, Missouri.
The Heartland of Healthcare Innovation: Recapping the 2015 Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference (MESC)
After a four-day, substantive MESC conference, it is clear that the outlook for Medicaid technology is incredibly bright. In the history of Medicaid Management Information Systems (MMIS), the greatest opportunity for states and vendors is now as more states are ready to replace or update their systems.
It is an exciting year for human services now that states can focus on tasks other than meeting ACA deadlines. States are now turning their attention to human service program IT upgrades and integrations that were put on hold during the run up to exchange enrollment.
The National Association for State Technology Directors (NASTD) held its annual conference last week in Cincinnati, Ohio – featuring several sessions on cybersecurity, staffing, big data, cloud computing and service integration. The conference provides an opportunity for senior state technology leaders and vendors to meet and discuss current trends, issues and challenges among the states. Though a variety of issues were covered, it’s clear that cybersecurity is at the forefront of concerns.
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