A group of federal contracting advocates teamed up to analyze how to improve the government acquisition process, particularly around government/contractor relations.
The team — comprised of the Professional Services Council (PSC), the Technology Councils of North America, the Northern Virginia Technology Council and the California Technology Council (CTC) — came up with six “guiding principles” that will make it easier for government to buy IT and help new and smaller companies break into federal contracting.
“Our message is simple: Government must remove the high hurdles to participation and innovation for all so that firms from across the nation can compete on a level playing field,” said Dave Wennergren, PSC executive vice president. “That we have come together around this set of overarching principles sends a strong signal that the government is constrained by how they ask for technology solutions, not who they ask.”
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