Federal Fiscal Year End

September 24, 2018
FFYE: 5 Ways Federal Agencies Can Plan Now for Next Year’s Busy Buying Season premium
With Federal Fiscal Year End rapidly approaching, government buyers can breathe a sigh of relief that the spending frenzy is almost over. But, you’re probably reading stories and anecdotes in the media about examples of wasteful spending that occurred during the last few weeks of the fiscal year as agencies rushed to spend their “use […]
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During FFYE, Good Requirements Help Both Government and Industry premium
The old business adage runs, “Nothing happens until somebody sells something.” To which you might add this corollary: nothing good happens in the absence of strong requirements. It’s generally incumbent on the government to write requirements on which contractors bid. The reality is far more complicated. Fairly simple requirements for standard, commercial products give way […]
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Tom Temin: Understanding the Color of Federal Money premium
Congress first enacted federal appropriations law in 1809. It’s kept lawyers, contractors, and judges busy ever since. A question arising in many sellers’ minds at this time of year is, what money is available for contracts in more than one fiscal year? Typically Congress appropriates the bulk of contracting dollars to be obligated and disbursed in […]
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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 […]
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