On Demand Webinar: Entering New Government Markets in 2013

The Office of Management and Budget reports contract spending dipped 4.5% in FY 2012, a fact which has intensified market competition going into FY 2013. Planning, positioning and the right resources have become vital to insuring top-line growth. Learn how to best explore new market segments, diversify your client base and strategize your next steps during Entering New Government Markets in 2013: From Strategy Through Execution, a free webinar from Deltek.
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Infrastructure is an engine of competitiveness and attraction of investment to the country. It increases prosperity; it improves rates of economic growth and opportunities for the population. It is a pillar of job creation. It helps strengthen the industry in its processes of production, distribution and marketing, increasing productivity by creating roads, ports, airports and telecommunications for the transportation of people and information. With better infrastructure, we attract more capital and build an adequate platform for direct foreign investment, which means more companies and more income for the country.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Government Cyber Security Strategy: will it make the public sector safer?

Published earlier this year, the first-of-its-kind Government Cyber Security Strategy set out a roadmap to make all public bodies across the UK “resilient to known vulnerabilities and attack methods” by the end of this decade. This webinar, hosted by PublicTechnology and Egress, explores how this ambition can be achieved. Watch on demand and hear from David Lovell, government cyber strategy and policy lead, Government Security Group, Cabinet Office; Steven Furnell, professor of cyber security, Nottingham University; and Jack Chapman, VP of Threat Intelligence at Egress, reflect on whether the policy document sets the right targets and the right course to reach the strategy's goals.
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Government vs. Commercial Contracting: A Regulatory Overview

Thompson Information Services

Contracting with the U.S. government can be profitable. But it can also be risky. Winning and keeping federal contracts involves strict procedures, including specific wages and fringe benefits that you must offer employees and subcontractors. Plus, if a government client changes (or cancels) your contract, it’s critical to know your rights and how to exercise them.
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Leveraging the Open Government Data Platform & Visualization Engine

Srijan

Data is one of the most valuable resources of modern digitized governance, but raw data alone can not provide the decision makers valuable insights. To turn the numbers into knowledge, we need to separate noise from the data. We also need to choose the right way to present the data, so that it’s easily interpreted.
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Government Social Trends You Can Put Into Practice In 2019

hootsuite

Social media enables government agencies from local to national to better inform and engage with communities. However, there are unique challenges government agencies will need to overcome in 2019. For example, 20 of the 28 markets in the Edelman Trust Barometer lie in distruster territory meaning governments around the world have a lot of work to do.
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Spotlight

Infrastructure is an engine of competitiveness and attraction of investment to the country. It increases prosperity; it improves rates of economic growth and opportunities for the population. It is a pillar of job creation. It helps strengthen the industry in its processes of production, distribution and marketing, increasing productivity by creating roads, ports, airports and telecommunications for the transportation of people and information. With better infrastructure, we attract more capital and build an adequate platform for direct foreign investment, which means more companies and more income for the country.

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