June 3, 2015 11:09 pm
Money is tight, and your agency is looking for ways to keep the wheels turning without losing momentum.
Former federal procurement policy chief Steve Kelman says you should think about share-in-savings contracts.
These contracts let you put the upfront costs of setting up projects on contractors.
Read Kelman’s article in Federal Computer Week.
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