Inside the October 2010 issue...
Trouble at the Exit Ramp: Private Equity and Venture Capital in Government Contracting
A review of the increasing importance and complexity of private equity in U.S. government contract financing.
By: Christopher Robey
What Small and Emerging Government Contractors Must Know to Win Business with the U.S. Government, Part 1
A brief overview of the process of winning U.S. government contracts.
By: Gregory A. Garrett
Professionalism in Contracting
The Department of Defense has declared contracting as a professional career field, which is the right thing to do, but we as a contracting community must define those attributes that all of us should strive for and obtain if we are really going to be accepted as true professionals.
By: Michael A. Dodds
14 Important, Practical, and Useful Inventorship Issues
A useful list of issues regarding U.S. inventions as a refresher for future discussions with your management about patents on inventions.
By: John "Johnny" E. Miller
The Power of Passionate Productivity
Productivity is the direct result of passion in the workplace. Passion is the "special sauce" that turns the ingredients of an otherwise identical meal into a taste sensation!
By: Carol-Ann Hamilton
Major Systems Acquisitions: Managing for Success
A framework of contracting strategy, requirements, program management, and funding needs that are critical to success in the management of major systems acquisitions.
By: John Dobriansky
101 tips for providing dynamite customer service in the digital age.
By: Donald L. Caruth, Gail D. Caruth, and Lynda Csaszar
Supporting increased prices resulting from differing site conditions.
By: Jack Horan