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Jill Singer, VP of National Security for AT&T’s Global Public Sector, Receives Fifth Wash100 Award From Jim Garrettson, CEO of Executive Mosaic

Jim Garrettson, founder and CEO of Executive Mosaic, presented Jill Singer, vice president of National Security for AT&T’s global public sector and GovCon Expert, her fifth Wash100 Award, as a part of the 2020 selection.

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Lou Anne Brossman’s 10 Tips on How to Market to a Federal CIO (and other senior level executives)

In my 35-plus years as a government marketer, one thing has stayed constant: the knowledge that we can all gain from listening to our customers.  One way we do that at Government Marketing University is through our Ambassador program. GMarkU Ambassadors are seasoned former government leaders who contribute their time, expertise, and valuable insight on how to engage with government decision makers and influencers. 

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Alan Chvotkin of Professional Services Council: Even Third Time Not the Charm – GPO Buy for VA Upheld

I’ve previously written about a procurement for suicide prevention locks and associated printing services that was undertaken for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) by the Government Publishing Office (GPO). A veteran-owned small business challenged the VA and the GPO procurement at the Government Accountability Office (GAO), at the Court …

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Alan Chvotkin of Professional Services Council: All the Facts Should Matter – Even to GAO

The GAO bid protest process is designed to rapidly get all of the issues regarding the protest of an agency procurement on the table and then look at how the law and the facts relate to those issues – from the agency’s and the protestor’s perspective. It is rare that …

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Mark Amtower: SAST Meets Content Marketing, or When Heisenberg Collides with Moore’s Law

Not only are attention spans getting shorter, but the majority of people are multi-tasking, especially the younger ones, which further reduces attention given to each task. So now we get to the crux of this matter: in our market “content is king.” Companies seeking to grow marketshare have an ever-increasing …

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