While President Obama decides on whether or not to veto the FY 2016 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), it remains certain that more changes in defense procurement practices are on the way. The House and Senate Armed Services Committees are focused on improving the structure and process of the military acquisition systems by providing business reforms that reduce overhead and achieve needed efficiency.
The changes to procurement practices in the FY 16 NDAA continues the evolution in government procurement policies. Without question government procurement officials continue to be under pressure to award contracts to low-cost bidders showcasing abilities to deliver. It’s no longer a huge advantage being an incumbent bidder with high performance ratings.
Such changes in procurement practices are likely to increase competition. To continue your business’ success, you will need to adjust your strategies and seek every advantage possible to help you rise above your competitors.
Cansler Consulting has the know-how to help you maintain your competitive advantage with effective government relations strategies and connections on Capitol Hill. We are a boutique lobbying shop and like so many are finding out and as The Hill reports from Fortune 500 companies, “We wouldn’t think twice about going any other direction.”
We recently worked to successfully resolve issues in the FY 2016 NDAA with Leader McConnell, Chairman McCain, Senator Inhofe, Chairman Thornberry, Chairman Wittman and others. Read more about Cansler Consulting…