Project 38, a podcast series that explores what is driving change in the federal market and how contractors need to prepare for what the market will look like in 2038.
How a presidential transition impacts your BD and capture activities
Even in normal election year, the transition from one administration to the next can create uncertainty in the market. Editor Nick Wakeman speaks with business development and capture management expert Bob Lohfeld about what companies should be doing to successfully move through these next few months.
What you need to know about the looming CMMC deadline
With the Nov. 30 deadline looming for compliance with the CMMC interim rule, Washington Technology Editor Nick Wakeman checks in with Lauren Williams, senior editor with FCW and Defense Systems, to get her take on what industry should be doing.
REPORTER ROUNDTABLE: The presidential transition and today's pressing GovCon issues
In this episode, Editor Nick Wakeman leads a discussion with his colleagues from Washington Technology and FCW about what the presidential transition means as well as other issues that are having an impact on the government contracting market.
How small businesses can breach the barrier of silence during the time of COVID
Govmates founders and matchmakers Katie Bilek and Stephanie Alexander return to Project 38 to speak with Senior Staff Writer Ross Wilkers about the challenge of silence that small businesses face in today's COVID marketplace.
The danger of implicit bias and its impact on business decisions
In this episode of Project 38, diversity and inclusion expert Minal Bopaiah tells us how unconscious bias can permeate how we make decisions and even how we design our technology. But Bopaiah also sees ways to mitigate the impact.
What fiscal 2020 spending tells us about the market
With fiscal year 2020 just wrapped up, Bloomberg Government senior defense analyst Rob Levinson and WT senior staff writer Ross Wilkers take the opportunity to look back at those 12 months and they look ahead at what might happen next, particularly with how civilian agencies have stepped up their spending.