The STIHL FSA 90 R trimmer is suited for professionals landscaping in noise- or exhaust-emission-sensitive areas. Use it around school grounds, government buildings, business districts or hospitals....More
The Orleans Parish District Attorney’s office in New Orleans recently signed a two-year contract with Vu Digital, a video metadata company, to use a completely searchable video review tool. The system will speed the review of video from police body cameras....More
Public purchasers are seeing a variety of trends taking shape as we head to 2020. The trends include urgent recruiting to replace retirees, expanded buying through cooperative contracts and greater reliance on all types of procurement technology....More
As Veteran’s Day approaches on Nov. 11, things are looking up for veteran-owned businesses that are seeking government contracts. Here are some resources that can help veteran-owned businesses win contracts at all levels of government....More
Where should public sector budget dollars go in 2017?
Total government purchases in the U.S. could reach $3.36 trillion in 2017. That's 3 percent higher than 2016 levels, say forecasters at IHS Global Insight. As we head into 2017, which areas need more public sector budget dollars? Please choose your answer(s). We'll report poll results in the next Keating Report forecast on government budgets and spending
For several decades High Pressure Sodium (HPS) technology has dominated municipal street lighting applications. Today, this dominance has given way to LED solutions, which offer economic, environmental, and illumination quality benefits over HPS and other similar technologies....More
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