Inside the October 2009 issue...
Government Contracting Risk Management: Common Myths and Best Practices
Examining 10 common myths and several best practices of risk management can help you apply an effective life-cycle opportunity and risk management process to complex contracts and projects in the U.S. government marketplace.
By: Gregory A. Garrett
Federal Small Business Programs and the Small Business Act of 1953
The origins of, issues with, and recommendations to improve federal small business programs.
By: Philip G. Bail Jr.
Building Championship Teams
An effective Integrated Product Team model can help teams be more cohesive, achieve greater efficiencies in product delivery, and lead to better results in project and program management.
By: Kevin R. Carman
Outbehaving the Competition
By being proactive and establishing an expected quality of ongoing behavior, companies can eclipse the competition by earning a reputation of honesty and integrity.
By: Sandra Bograd
A Checklist for Joint Collaboration Agreements
A 30-item checklist that serves as an excellent resource when drafting or reviewing joint collaboration agreements.
By: John ("Johnny") E. Miller
Mentoring: Passing Down Experiential Knowledge to the Next Generation of Leaders
How to develop effective mentoring programs to prepare a more "experienced" and more "able" workforce to fill the impending knowledge gap.
By: Laura A. Hyatt
Spending Stimulus Dollars While Reducing the Risk of Recovery Act Fraud and Abuse
Exercising the right type of management and oversight of stimulus programs is key.
By: Katherine Ng and Stella Tsai
10 Ways to Keep Your Job and Advance Your Career
By: Kim Goff
Letter to the Editor
By: Gary Jacobs
When a Change is not a Modification: Unauthorized Change Orders
By: Jack Horan