Inside the February 2008 issue, Volume 48...
The Six Disciplines of Performance-Based Project Management
By utilizing these six simple strategies, you can streamline the process of a performance-based project while ensuring the quality of its results.
By: Gregory A. Garrett, Anne Reed
Uncompensated Overtime and Its Allocation Among Cost Objectives
In government contracting, measuring an employee’s compensation for uncompensated overtime is all a matter of equitable distribution.
By: David J. Lundsten
Keeping Yourself Protected When Licensing Intellectual Property
By taking a few simple precautions, you can safeguard software and technology deposits in escrow from severely hindering your ability to provide essential services to customers should the technology become unavailable.
By: Saul Marcus
Your Four-Step Negotiation Checklist
Negotiations are won or lost depending on the quality of preparation and planning. Use this checklist to ensure your team has all bases covered.
By: Johnny Miller
Generational Inertia: An Impediment to Innovation?
The defense acquisition workforce has become a melting pot for professionals from many different generations, but the retirement of the DOD’s aging contracting employees may be a boon to acquisition reform.
By: John Coombs
How Outsourcing Supply Chain Services to 3PLs Can Affect Your Company's Bottom Line
If managing all the functions of your company’s supply chain in-house seems as if it is detracting from the product’s full potential, outsourcing these services to a third-party logistics company may be a beneficial move.
By: Tonya Bjurstrom
A Workforce in Crisis: Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining the Next Generation of Acquisition Professionals
This survey analysis offers federal acquisition managers and human capital recruitment and training specialists some insight into the efficacy of their efforts to attract and train federal acquisition professionals.
By: Jodie Paustian