KeyLogic Blog

Learn more about the advances and expertise our KeyLogic team brings to their respective fields.

  • Corporate Presentation

    Why Should I Use KeyLogic?

    Nov 05, 2013
    The Federal Government often has a problem differentiating any one contractor’s characteristics, capabilities, and proposals from another. This effect, sometimes referred to by Federal leaders as ‘a vast sameness’, means that proposals for projects are often thought of as commodity bids – one solution is equally as good as another. This can result in more acquisitions becoming price shoot-outs; if all the companies are the same, why not simply award to the lowest price?
  • Confused Business Leader

    Setting Expectations: How a RACI Matrix Can Help Your Program

    Oct 30, 2013
    Documenting the parties who are responsible, accountable, consulted and informed is a standard way of establishing the lines of authority across each task within a program. A recommended way to document this is in a matrix format; the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK) calls this either a Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM) or Responsibility, Accountability, Consulted, Informed Matrix (RACI).
  • Data Warehouse

    Why or When Do You Need a Data Warehouse?

    Oct 29, 2013
    Whether you are the CEO of a fortune-500 level company or a director working on a mid-scale project for the government, chances are that you need to deal with lot of business data. If you want to analyze all that data in a way that can enhance the decision-making and customer-service capabilities of your business, you might want to consider the data warehouse route.
  • Great Employee

    What It Takes to Be a Great Employee

    Oct 24, 2013
    As I'm flying to Charleston on Southwest, I'm reading an article by Southwest's chairman and he's talking about the three characteristics of his employees. A Warrior Spirit, a Servants Hand, and a FunLUVing attitude. It got me thinking about our country's work ethic and what new, young employees can do excel in the work place.
  • Review Process

    Government Funding Awards – Considerations for the Review Process

    Oct 23, 2013
    Review procedures are a crucial phase of the competitive funding process for any award. During this phase, applicants’ materials are distributed to and examined by expert reviewers using the same predetermined factors and criteria for each application. Choosing the appropriate review procedures for your circumstances ensures that vigilant reviews are conducted and, the best applicant is awarded. But what do you need to consider when choosing procedures to best match your needs?