The Year of Yes

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By: Janis Nagy, Chief Operating Officer A couple of weeks ago I was asked to put together a small blog post…maybe something on human performance or training.  I think the initial focus was suggested to speed things up.  You know, write about something you’re familiar with so you don’t have to spend a lot of time on it.  Unfortunately, that’s not the way I’m wired.  Familiar or not, it takes the same amount of time.  So, I noodled on it for a while and decided that given the time of year, maybe personal performance was a better topic.  After all,…

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Opportunity Pipeline Series- Part 1: Establishing the Pipeline

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By: Damien Walz, Vice President of Business Development For years, VectorCSP, like other small Federal services contractors, struggled to establish a meaningful opportunity pipeline supported by a sound and simple process. And, while we’ve not gotten a lock on the perfect answer (we’ll always battle the pipeline), the evolution of our pipeline has grounded us to two foundational truths – (1) if it isn’t on the pipeline it isn’t real, and (2) if it is on the pipeline and it isn’t current or accurate, then we don’t really have a sufficient grasp on the opportunity. For VectorCSP, the opportunity pipeline…

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The Intricate World of Industrial Security- What We’ve Learned

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By: David Wilson, IT Manager and Facility Security Officer Personnel and cyber security comprise two of the greatest challenges to government contractors, particularly in today’s fluid and volatile Internet climate. Every device, from kid’s toys to watches, computers to porch lights and door locks, is connected, and every point of connection is a potential leak. Security breaches in large companies have exposed massive dumps of data and personal information to the Internet at large, and even those contractors charged with investigating security clearances have not avoided their share of the constant barrage of hacks and threats. At VectorCSP, we’ve learned…

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Altruism and Organizational Health

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By: Tracy Simmons, Sea Account Program Manager “Not my job.” A co-worker of mine uttered those words to me nearly 20 years ago and they have been indelibly etched into my memory ever since. The co-worker was happily reminding me that their role at the company had recently changed which absolved their obligation to assist me. Hopefully, that sounds as absurd to you as it did (does) to me, but I bet each reader can recall an instance when something similar has happened to them, or maybe they too have been guilty of similar behavior. Although this is an extreme…

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