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Government contractors enter protest season

Eric Crusius, partner at Holland & Knight, discusses the bid protests that come after the year-end spending spree, and why some companies are hesitant to undertake the process.

Frank Konkel

Agencies rush to spend as end of FY18 nears

Frank Konkel, executive editor of Nextgov, discusses the huge amounts of money moving out of the federal government as the fiscal year ends, and what has happened since the announcement of the JEDI contract.

Acquisition Matters with Joanne Woytek

NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement role in acquisition

Joanne Woytek, program manager of the Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement GWAC at NASA, details how the end-of-year spending rush impacts their contract vehicle, and what lies ahead as FY18 wraps up.

Bridget Gauer

NITAAC readies for end of fiscal year

Bridget Gauer, Director of the NIH Information Technology Acquisition & Assessment Center, discusses what the end of the fiscal year means for NITAAC, and how her office is dealing with an influx of interest in their contract vehicle.


Government agencies & contractors prepare for fiscal year end

On the contracting side of things, industry is also bracing for the Q4 spending rush. Government Matters assembled a panel of industry experts for their perspectives and advice for those looking to get a piece of the pie.

Acquisition Matters with Daniel Snyder

4th quarter spending rush by the numbers

Daniel Snyder, deputy director of Government Contracts Research at Bloomberg Government, gives a data-based look at how the next five weeks will play out, and which agencies will try to spend the most money.

Government Matters The Federal Beat

The Federal Beat – August 5, 2018

Fedscoop Senior Tech Reporter Carten Cordell and NextGov Executive Editor Frank Konkel discuss the week’s top stories. Topics on this edition of the Federal Beat include Joanne Collins Smee leaving the General Services Administration, a lack of Technology Modernization Fund money in a Senate spending bill, and the upcoming huge fourth quarter spending spree.


Impact of Q4 spending rush on small businesses

Carey Webster, director of Federal Information Services at Deltek, discusses the effect that the appropriations spending rush will have on small businesses, and how it could affect their bottom line.

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