As we know in government, every new year brings about a new executive budget plan. I’m here today to share the new details of FY 2018’s proposal, along with a few areas of note and what they might...
Last week, Governor Ducey released his FY 2018 executive budget plan, providing more details around his policy priorities outlined in the State of the State address. Relying on a “realistic and...
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Traversant Group, the leader in helping businesses create and sustain successful relationships with government, today announces its formal support of the Nevada Digital Government Summit.
(Phoenix, Ariz. – Dec. 8, 2017) — Traversant Group, the leader in helping businesses create and sustain successful relationships with government, today announces its formal support of the Nevada...
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There are several reasons why collaboration when seeking government contracts might be the best choice for your business, both strategically and monetarily. But if collaboration ends up taking place,...
Provided you have a compelling government problem and a team of companies who want to work together, a collaborative approach may be a strategic advantage. However, collaboration can be messy. Who...
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It may not be intuitive, but by keeping your blinders on and only focusing on your company trying to get ahead, you could be compromising your chances of winning at all.
If you approach the government market with a conventional mindset, collaboration with other companies may not be the first sales strategy you think of. In fact, it may be the last consideration.
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It’s that time of year again, in which Governor Doug Ducey and the legislature have approved the state budget. While there were no wild surprises in terms of technology appropriations this year,...
Governor Doug Ducey has approved a $9.8 billion budget package – an increase over the $9.6 billion budget last year. It includes a 1.9% increase in state spending, and predicts a 4.3% increase in...
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I recently wrote about the Governor's FY2018 executive budget and who the big winners were. In this blog, I want to bring you information about those agencies that were seemingly left out of the...
 
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