No year end would be complete without a plethora of “Top 10” lists. So, we thought it would be interesting to present to you the Top 10 most read posts by our followers.
Here they are in reverse order:
10. Cloud Computing–Top IT Trend in Government
The movement of government IT professionals to adopt cloud computing solutions and methods.
9. Closing the Government Contract
Do closing techniques really work in government selling?
8. The Case of the Mysterious 18.2% from State Stabilization for Public Safety
We were among the first to identify this unusual source of funds (worth billions of dollars) for public safety.
7. Report Unveils State Spending Plans
As the year progressed, states began waking up to the potential within the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund for public safety.
6. Another Boost for Police Technology?
Our post on the House approving $1.25 billion over five years for the Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) program.
5. Grant Support Program Announced
Ingram Micro rolls out a program for channel partners helping them identify grant opportunities–a growing trend.
4. Broadband Grant Award Date Gets Pushed
For many following the broadband saga, this post announced that awards would be pushed until February 2010.
3. ARRA Grant Recipient Registration Site Open
Post announcing the opening of the FederalReporting.gov site for recipients of ARRA awards.
2. Rule You Can Break: The GSA Schedule
Many believe being on the GSA is the only way to do business with the Federal government. We provide an alternative view.
1. Three Types of Buyers in Government Agencies
Contractors must appeal to three different types of buyers within government agencies to be successful.
Amidst one of the worst economies in decades, the year has been difficult for many businesses. Yet, for those selling to government, bright spots have emerged and signs of hope continue. We are grateful for those of you who follow our blog regularly, and we invite you to continue (and share it with a friend). We’ll do our best to offer valuable insight on how to succeed in the dynamic world of government markets.
Here’s to a happy and prosperous 2010!
All the best,
Rick & Lorin