Inside the November 2009 issue...
A best practices approach for corporations and government agencies to consider for optimal governance in outsourcing and other long-term, complex services engagements.
By: Eric Esperne
Government Contracting Risk Managment, Part 2: The Opportunity and Risk Management Process
When managing complex government projects, the opportunity and risk management process can maximize business opportunities and mitigate risks.
By: Gregory A. Garrett
What Is and What Might Have Been
A retrospective look at Obama and McCain on government procurement reform.
By: Aron C. Beezley
How Do You Solve a Problem Like a Dysfunctional Program Office?
A case study of a particular program office suffering from bureaucratic politics and personality conflicts.
By: Adam R. Goldstein
NISH/AbilityOne: "Fair Market Price"
Is the Fair Market Price paid by the government really fair after all?
By: Lora Lawson
Improve Your Acquisition Process with Lean Six Sigma, Part 4
Complex systems with Lean Six Sigma--what works, what doesn't.
By: John Dobriansky
The New Reality of the American Workforce: Knowledge Management as a Retention Tool
Staffing the contract management profession in the 21st century requires more than hiring more employees to take up the slack; it requires capturing the knowledge and skill of the retiring workforce and passing it on to those filling their shoes.
By: Karen E. Basiulis
Letter to the Editor
By: Robert Cooper
By: Ralph Heath
Few options when the government does not exercise an option.
By: Jack Horan