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October 31, 2018
DLT Chief Technology Officer Discusses Company’s Evolution to a Solutions Aggregator premium
Last month, we sat down with DLT Chief Technology Officer David Blankenhorn to get his insight on DLT’s evolution to a government solutions aggregator. Tell me a little bit about DLT’s movement to an aggregator model. Why is that important? Well to start, I look at it more along the lines of a natural evolution. […]
September 6, 2018
Make Smart FFYE Buying Decisions with DLT’s Growing Vendor Partner Portfolio premium
With federal fiscal year-end (FFYE) right around the corner, at DLT we’re committed to making the job of the procurement officer as easy as possible as they scramble to make smart and responsible purchasing decisions with remaining taxpayer dollars. Part of this process is raising awareness of what’s new in our extensive portfolio of IT […]
5 Ways Technology Providers Can Manage Stress this Federal Fiscal Year-End premium
If you’re a technology solutions provider, we hope you had a great summer and managed to squeeze in some time off, because the busy season is here, and September has already been a frenzy. Work is already a top source of stress for many Americans, but right now government procurement teams face enormous pressure as […]
August 21, 2018
Exclusive Interview: Steve Wells Discusses DLT Contract Expertise and Reflects on Military Career premium
This week we sat down with DLT Senior Director of Program Management, Steve Wells, to discuss how DLT’s contract expertise can be beneficial to its technology company clients and public sector customers, particularly as we approach the end of the Federal Fiscal Year. We also discussed Steve’s military career, of which he just celebrated a major […]
August 6, 2018
3 Ways Procurement Teams Can Make Smarter FFYE IT Purchasing Decisions premium
The 2018 federal busy season, or FFYE, is upon us. With almost one-third of agency dollars being awarded during the last quarter of the fiscal year, this is peak buying season and the busiest time of year for federal procurement officers. But with the pressure to make smart IT buying decisions – and very little […]
July 5, 2018
Big Data Month: How Government Can Move Beyond Being Data Rich, But Information Poor premium
Data is everywhere in government but turning that data into actionable information and insights remains a persistent problem. “We are data rich and information poor,” said Shelley Metzenbaum, a former associate director for performance and personnel management at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) at a recent IBM Center for The Business of Government […]
July 2, 2018
Mobile Mapping Technology Revolutionizes How Intel is Derived from LiDAR Point Clouds premium
As the demand for geospatial data grows, mobile mapping technology has advanced significantly in recent years allowing AEC professionals to collect extremely accurate, precise data from LiDAR sensors mounted on the back of a vehicle while driving at speeds up to 70 miles an hour. Surveyors and mappers can collect between 120 and 300 miles […]
June 29, 2018
Big Data Month: DLT Chief Data Scientist Shares Insights premium
At DLT, July is Big Data Month, where we will be highlighting all things big data in the public sector.  To kick off Big Data Month, we sat down with DLT Chief Data Scientist Sherry Bennett to get her insights into what is going on the world of public sector data and analytics: INTERVIEWER: So […]
June 14, 2018
Securing the Government Cloud: Focus on Cloud Visibility, Not Control premium
Government agencies are moving to the cloud. It’s been a recurring message for a number of years, but in 2018 new statistics from Gartner give us concrete data on cloud spend: local governments spend 20.6% of their IT budget on cloud, while national governments spend 22%. Although spend levels may be on a parity, the […]
May 30, 2018
Cybersecurity Month: Closing the Gaps in U.S. Government Cybersecurity Resilience premium
In a year in which we’ve witnessed the carnage of the Atlanta ransomware attack and U.S. government agencies remain on high alert about possible Russian cyber-attacks against U.S. critical infrastructure and electoral systems, new research shows that the cybersecurity landscape is evolving quicker than agencies can respond. Two-thirds of federal IT executives in a new […]