With FY16 coming to a close, federal contractors are looking ahead to FY17 and the $245 billion on the line in opportunities. As we begin a new fiscal year, where can contractors find the largest new opportunities in a complicated budgetary environment?
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To mark Hispanic Heritage Month, Bloomberg Government, in partnership with the Environmental Defense Fund and the Hispanic Federation, will bring together policymakers, Latino leaders and health experts for a discussion on the impact of climate change on Latino communities, and how climate issues may factor into Hispanic Americans’ voting decisions during the upcoming elections.
The transfer of power from one president to the next is often taken for granted. But in reality, it takes many months of advance preparation to properly staff a new administration, understand the work of the agencies, lay out policy priorities and create a plan to manage the government and implement important initiatives.
Breakfast Briefing: Army Budgets and Opportunities
Budgets are shrinking, personnel are being cut and the Pentagon is tasked with altering missions and deciding where to take risks to pay for the highest priority requirements. During this period of strategic transition, stakeholders are facing significant decisions that will drive the size, structure and mission of the Army for decades to come.
Republicans have a 54-46 majority in the Senate and 246-186 majority in the House. With one month remaining to convince voters of their superiority, how can we expect the nail-biting races to shake out? Join Bloomberg election experts for a webinar on October 6 as we discuss the outlook for key House and Senate races.
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On November 9th, the winning presidential candidate will celebrate their victory as their months of hard work have finally paid off. But quietly behind the scenes, a whole team of transition experts will immediately spring into action to ensure their candidate's arrival at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is seamless. Policy priorities are strategically thought through, short lists are created for cabinet positions and briefing materials are written to prepare new staffers within agencies.
Come Nov. 9 thousands of jobs will become available across the federal government, and the city of Washington will be abuzz with one question: how do I get a political appointment? Knowing exactly which jobs are available is the first step.