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    CPARS – Why It Is Important for Contractors

    Sep 25, 2013
    As a government contractor, we have an important role in the Contractor Performance Assessment Rating System (CPARS) process. CPARS is a web-enabled system used by Government assessing officials for reporting on contractor performance. CPARS reports are transmitted to the Past Performance Information Retrieval System (PPIRS), the Government’s single source for contractor past performance.
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    COMMUNICATION: The Key To Effective Leadership

    Sep 24, 2013
    When you have a message to communicate (either directly, or indirectly) make sure it’s true and correct, well-reasoned, and supported by solid business logic. Perhaps equally important is that your message is consistent, clear and accurate.
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    What are the processes to use eCPIC and the Federal IT Dashboard for IT investment management and submission of OMB Exhibit 53 and Exhibit 300?

    Sep 19, 2013
    In managing the US Department of Labor (DOL) IT portfolio, the KeyLogic Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) team uses DOL and OMB tools to improve the performance of the DOL investments and overall portfolio. One of these tools is the Federal IT Dashboard (
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    Customer Intimacy:Become a Trusted Partner Before Your Competition Does

    Sep 18, 2013
    No one should know your client better than you, right? Right. So how do we go about building those relationships and aligning with our clients? I’ve heard some competitors say, “Oh that doesn’t matter in this new world of Low Price, Technically Acceptable (LPTA) procurements. The Government is all about price now.” To which I smile, politely agree and go about my business. No sense tipping them off, right? Right.
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    The Importance of Understanding Your Customer’s Requirements

    Sep 17, 2013
    Happy, satisfied customers are a result of trust, commitment, and collaboration. Whether the customer is someone who’s paying you to perform work, a business colleague that you support, a spouse or relative, two way communication and listening are important ingredients for success.