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PSC Columns and Articles
PSC’s leaders voice concerns and opinions about important topics affecting our industry in regular columns and occasional op-eds in leading publications.
Recent PSC Columns & Articles
The latest executive order is déjà vu all over again
PSC President and CEO Stan Soloway says the "Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces" executive order is "déjà vu all over again," in his latest Washington Business Journal column.
The current ability to protest task orders – sometimes – isn't good enough
In his latest Washington Business Journal column, PSC Executive Vice President and Counsel Alan Chvotkin wonders whether it is time to rethink the restrictions on task orders given that task orders are increasingly mimicking the qualities of stand-al
It's called human capital for a reason
People are our most valued asset, but some current government practices suggest otherwise. Find out about the government’s troubling trend in PSC President and CEO Stan Soloway's latest Washington Technology Column.
Lessons from the fiscal year: A murky market indeed
PSC President and CEO Stan Soloway talks about the year’s lessons in a murky federal market in his latest Washington Business Journal Column.
Government sends mixed signals with LPTA, small biz initiatives
LPTA at DLA? Over-emphasizing small business at GSA? Stan Soloway explores the mixed signals raised by these questions in his latest Washington Technology column.
PSC's reorganization addresses today's technology and service needs
PSC Senior Vice President for Technology David Wennergren discusses how the market trends affecting our industry are driving new business models for government contractors and PSC, in a Federal Times column.
Reverse auctions? Save them for rock salt
In his latest Washington Business Journal column, PSC President and CEO Stan Soloway asks whether the government is ready to use reverse auctions wisely and appropriately.
From Disruption to Innovation
In his June 15 FCW cover story, “From Disruption to Innovation,” PSC President and CEO Stan Soloway writes about the growing cultural divide—illustrated by a variety of government initiatives that intentionally skirt, the federal acquisition process—
Why procurement requirements matter
Alan Chvotkin calls for a greater focus on agency requirements as part of the numerous federal acquisition reform initiatives, in his latest Washington Business Journal column.
How 'healthy' is the GovCon industry?
Stan Soloway explores what makes a truly healthy government contracting industry in his latest Washington Technology column.