Creating a Social Media Presence for a Government Contracting Company

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By: Frances Sherlock, Proposal Coordinator Like many small government contractors, VectorCSP has struggled to create a presence on social media. We had LinkedIn and Twitter profiles that we occasionally posted on. But there was no rhyme or reason to the posts – they happened when someone randomly remembered to post something. Was this bad? No. We had to push social media to the back burner while we focused on capture efforts and proposal bids. But that obviously didn’t help our social presence. An effective social media strategy requires consistently engaging, interacting, and posting in order to build a positive presence….

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VectorCSP – Cut Through the Noise

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By: Damien Walz, Vice President of Business Development At VectorCSP, we work to cut through the noise. The confusing noise of the complex bureaucracies of our customers, the trivial noise of some of our self-important beltway contracting counterparts, the droning noise of the latest management theories and business buzzwords, and the unending noise of purposeless meetings and meetings and meetings. We accept that there will always be noise. Therefore, we will forever work to cut through the noise on behalf of our: Employees, who want to contribute to meaningful and actionable solutions, Teammates, who want to know that we are…

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Foreign Interests, Technology, and Operations Security

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By David Wilson, Facility Security Officer and IT Manager In the business of government contracting, it is a huge mistake to ever let down your guard. There are adversarial groups, governments, and interests in all walks of life, and they are getting smarter, and much more technologically advanced. They understand the kinds of information and data they can use, and they understand how to get it. Here are a couple of recent examples. Until about a year and a half ago, Kaspersky antivirus was the product of choice for protecting your computers – work and home. It got the best…

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Stoicism in Government Contracting – Part 3 – Don’t Give Up!

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By Bob Burnett, Director of OASIS PMO In this third installment of the four-part series on Stoicism in Government Contracting, we focus on three more themes identified by The Daily Stoic that typify stoicism, namely: Duty, Pragmatism, and Resiliency. These traits are especially useful in the world of government contracting. Any government contractor doing their job well understands the importance of Duty, even if they don’t always consider how their function supports the larger picture. Any government contractor who has yet to go mad trying to keep up with the fickle and capricious nature of our federal government must possess…

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