Even though the ink on the FY17 budget is still drying, did you know that next fiscal year’s budget is already being put in place?  There is a common misconception that budgets aren’t decided until...
There is a common misconception that the state budget doesn’t matter until legislative session when lawmakers and the governor work behind closed doors to pass the appropriations bills. Budget...
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Every time we have an election in Arizona, the Secretary of State’s office comes into the forefront. But did you ever wonder what exactly goes on in this office, or what initiatives are being handled...
What are some of the exciting projects the Secretary of State’s Office is Working On?
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My last blog focused on “coop-petition,” a term used to describe a situation in which companies that would typically be competitors find themselves partnering on an opportunity. In today’s blog post,...
If you have spent any time in sales, you probably have found yourself in a situation where a competitor has a head start on you. Maybe your competitor has already had a meeting or two with the...
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A term that I have been hearing a lot lately from clients is “coop-petition,” a blend of cooperation and competition. In today’s government marketplace, you never know when you may need to think...
In light of the increased popularity of partnering, I thought it might be helpful to talk a little about teaming agreements. A teaming agreement is a contract between a potential prime contractor...
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Governor Doug Ducey has approved a $9.6 billion budget package. While the budget has been touted as a “structurally balanced budget,” it preserves many strategic investments in technology. Here are a...
Oversight Remains High
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Shortly before 2:00 AM on Wednesday, May 4, the Arizona House and Senate passed a $9.6 billion budget for Fiscal Year 2017. If I had to describe the spending plan in one word it would be “modest.”...
It also met the governor’s #1 priority: structural balance.
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