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FCW : May 30, 2014
34 May 30, 2014 FCW.COM BackStory How feds really view their vendors Washington Technology, one of FCW's sister publications, recently surveyed agency executives who work with IT contractors about the state of the agency/industry relationship. Insider subscribers at WashingtonTechnology.com. Overall, agencies gave contractors good marks... ... and most have dealt with multiple vendors in the past two years... Excellent 13% Very good 35% Good 37% Fair 13% Poor 1% 15 or more 27% 2to4 35% 10to14 8% 5to9 24% The full report is available to Washington Technology 7% 25% 49% 16% 3% Much easier Somewhat easier About the same Somewhat more dif cult Much more dif cult ... but only 52 percent could identify a single contractor that stood out as their best overall. Most said industry/agency dynamics were stable or improving... ... but they also predict challenges ahead, including: Deciding what should be a government function and what should be a contractor function --- and clearly maintaining the distinction." Communication and understanding the approaches, plans and processes among organizations and nding alignment." Ensuring that skills between contractors and government complement each other." Getting price/performance with decreasing budgets and increasing workload." Lack of contracts available and keeping them employed." 1 5%
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