FY19 Contract Scouting Reports: GovCon March Madness

Outside of expected Q4 FY spending sprees, the Federal Government spending peaks during the months of March and April every year [sourced from DataLab]. This influx makes March Madness more than college basketball - because it's GovCon March Madness, Baby! In the spirit of the season, The Pulse will release four GovCon Scouting Reports to help you get a bid into the big dance.

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DARPA, Will You Be Our Valentine?

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, the Pulse decided to dive into the glittery and shiny agency that has our attention - Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). With so many interesting facets, an aptitude for transparency, and the ability to challenge GovCon and academia to think outside-the-box, our collective Pulse heart is all aflutter.  In order to assist GovCons in their mission to score something sweet today, The Pulse took a wondrous boat ride to explore the DARPA factory tunnels. Take a trip with us into some of their most recent initiatives, and learn about ten (10) upcoming GovCon opportunities to satisfy that sweet tooth.

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The Pulse’s [Partial] Shutdown To-Do List

This shutdown is unfortunate, but we recommend Government Contractors try to use the time effectively in the interim. We aren’t here to pontificate on what is going on - you have numerous outlets for that - but what we want to contribute are a few ideas to keep you, the Government Contractor, from going stir crazy while we wait out this storm.

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Q4 Spending Statistics: Will Q4 FY18 be the Biggest Spending Spree Industry Has Seen Yet?

Updated on December 29, 2018. No one in GovCon is a stranger to these seasonal trends, but this time it feels like we are all counting on a little extra Q4 magic. Naturally skeptical as we are, we felt compelled to do a little digging to find out if the Q4 hype is real. Data used to support Senatorial Letter for U.S. Senators Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Gary Peters (D-Mich.). Data featured in Nextgov article , Yahoo Finance , CHiefHRO, and Federal News Radio.

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