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Cybersecurity: The Next Frontier for Government Contractors

With an expanding generation of cyber hackers at large, government contractors are in dire need of successful strategies to keep their business initiatives, information systems, hardware and software protected. Furthermore, as digital capabilities grow and the world moves aggressively to build interconnected online communities, the…

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Focus on the Future: 3 Coming Changes in Government Contracting

As 2016 quickly approaches, the reality of new and emerging changes in government contracting becomes increasingly important to plan for. The government and individual agencies are identifying the most effective ways to update and improve government contracting for the future. Here are three changes to…

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3 Secrets to Successful Employee Onboarding

How many times are you allowed a second chance to make a first impression? The answer is distinctly straightforward: never. This is why employee onboarding has become a crucial tactic to businesses – it provides the invaluable first impression of the company to its new…

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4 Essential Soft Skills Every IT Professional Needs

With the consistent evolution of Information Technology, IT professionals are expected to keep up with its latest trends and software updates as much as humanly possible. From planning and systems integration to troubleshooting and identifying the correct applications to use, IT professionals hold an essential…

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3 Ways IT Leaders Can Keep Top Talent

Building an IT team of top-notch talent requires finding the right IT professionals and the right IT executive leaders, who together can build and support your growth. Reviewing resumes, conducting interviews and composing offer letters are just the beginning stages of creating a great team….

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5 Fundamentals for Managing a GSA Schedule Contract

What Is a GSA Schedule Contract and Why Is It Important? The GSA Schedule program is a leading acquisition vehicle in the federal government, with approximately $50 billion a year in spending or 10 percent of overall federal procurement spending taking place through the program….

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