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Federal Procurement Essentials: Sealed Bidding
Selling to the government can bring new life to contract winners, particularly small and medium businesses. In fact, organizations that understand and leverage federal acquisition methods and processes can grow from scratch to a profitable bottom line, whatever their size.

FEDERAL LAWSUITS: Federal Procurement Essentials: Sealed Bidding Federal Procurement Essentials: Sealed Bidding Pascal Perry - June 22, 2006 Read Comments Introduction The US Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) defines methods and processes for the contractual acquisition performed by any federal entity of any asset, whether material (goods, products, or construction) or immaterial (services). Although these policies and procedures differ in essence, they share the same procurement standard, that s to say the promotion of
6/22/2006

E-mail Discovery: Amendments to Federal Rules of Civil Procedures
The rise of electronic records is having a profound effect on business litigation. Electronic records are now so important that the litigation rules in US federal courts have been officially amended to give judges and litigants more guidance on coping with records. IT managers tasked with setting policies for e-mail retention should understand the amended rules before any lawsuit is started or anticipated. Learn more.

FEDERAL LAWSUITS: E-mail Discovery: Amendments to Federal Rules of Civil Procedures E-mail Discovery: Amendments to Federal Rules of Civil Procedures Source: Messaging Architects Document Type: White Paper Description: The rise of electronic records is having a profound effect on business litigation. Electronic records are now so important that the litigation rules in US federal courts have been officially amended to give judges and litigants more guidance on coping with records. IT managers tasked with setting policies
7/25/2008 2:04:00 PM

Federal Contract Management and Vendors ReadinessPart Three: Meeting Federal Requirements
Companies that are not already offering the capabilities of meeting the exacting, stringent requirements of federal agencies will likely not be able to tap the recent surge in the federal and defense markets. Conversely, those vendors and their users--government contractors--who can deliver comprehensive solutions that satisfy the requirements of federal agencies are in the driver's seat to capture that market segment.

FEDERAL LAWSUITS: Federal Contract Management and Vendors Readiness Part Three: Meeting Federal Requirements Federal Contract Management and Vendors Readiness Part Three: Meeting Federal Requirements P.J. Jakovljevic - January 14, 2005 Read Comments Meeting Federal Requirements Companies that are not already offering the capabilities described in Part Two will likely not be able to tap the recent surge in the federal and defense markets. Conversely, those vendors and their users—government contractors—who can deliver
1/14/2005

Business Software Firms Sued Over Implementation - Lawsuits Bring ERP Problems to Light
Although glitch-plagued software implementations are nothing new, the growing number of brand-name firms reporting big troubles with their multimillion-dollar projects is starting to look like a Who's Who of the Fortune 500.

FEDERAL LAWSUITS: Business Software Firms Sued Over Implementation - Lawsuits Bring ERP Problems to Light Business Software Firms Sued Over Implementation - Lawsuits Bring ERP Problems to Light P.J. Jakovljevic - November 10, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary This grim list includes Hershey Foods, Whirlpool, Allied Waste Industries, and the maker of Gore-Tex, W.L. Gore & Associates. Other stories of troubled enterprise resource planning (ERP) software implementations are also leaking out from additional companies, colleges
11/10/1999

Technology Hardware Maintenance-Acquiring and Managing Cost Effective Service
Hardware maintenance can represent a significant information technology cost, but options for managing that cost exist. If you analyze hardware maintenance from an enterprise perspective, you will identify those options and ensure the cost-effective delivery of those services.

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10/24/2000

NAI Will Pay Trend $12.5 Million Resulting from Law Suit
Settling a patent dispute out of court, Network Associates agreed to pay Trend Micro $12.5 million for the cost of licensing Trend's patented technologies. Both companies claim to be the innovator of scanning for viruses in electronic mail.

FEDERAL LAWSUITS: in a Northern California Federal District Court against Network Associates for infringing on a patent (Registration No. 5,623,600), seeking an injunction on production, sale, maintenance and support services of the products in violation as well as monetary damages. In response to the lawsuit, Network Associates filed a counter suit alleging unfair competition and wrongful acts. Network Associates claimed that Trend s patent infringed on one of their patents (Patent Registration No. 6,029,256). Market
7/5/2000

MicroStrategy Hits a Big Speed Bump on the Information Superhighway
On March 20, MicroStrategy announced that they will restate their earnings for 1998, 1999, and the first quarter of 2000. Shares of the company dropped from a high of $333 eleven days ago to $73 per share as of March 21. At least four law firms have announced class action lawsuits against the vendor.

FEDERAL LAWSUITS: rules set by the Federal Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Market Impact MicroStrategy is going to be distracted by the need for management to address upset stockholders and deal with the multiple class action lawsuits which have resulted from this debacle. Despite their loss of market capitalization, Mr. Saylor has stated that he plans no changes in other aspects of the business. As he stated, I don t think there s any question that we re going to execut
3/27/2000

Enterprise Management Software Vendor Welcomes Additions
Deltek recognizes that most organizations run their enterprises by using a sort of closed-loop, corrective action process. However, most product-based businesses still need solutions to replace manual workarounds, and Deltek has embarked on a mission to garner a one-stop-shopping portfolio.

FEDERAL LAWSUITS: indications that many US federal organizations besides DoD (such as the Department of Transportation [DoT] and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration [NASA]) have been lowering the project value threshold which mandates the use of EVM reporting (from $50 million [USD] to $5 million [USD]). In 2005, the US Office of Management and Budget stated its intention to enforce EVM in IT projects at federal agencies, including compliance with American National Standards Institute/Electronics Industries
7/12/2006

i2 Bleeds In Shark-Infested Waters
What a difference a year makes. Two months after the Nike debacle, more than a dozen class action lawsuits for securities fraud are now pending in federal and state courts. Will the SCM vendor find a safe harbor, sink to the bottom, or tread water through 2001?

FEDERAL LAWSUITS: i2 Bleeds In Shark-Infested Waters i2 Bleeds In Shark-Infested Waters Steve McVey - May 8, 2001 Read Comments S. McVey - May 8, 2001 Event Summary i2 Technologies deflated investor confidence last month when it announced lower than expected first quarter earnings. The once infallible vendor of supply chain management solutions warned the Street that pro forma earnings would miss the projected $0.04 per share by two cents. License revenues of $211.1 million fell from an all-time high of $244 million in the
5/8/2001

How to Comply with Data Security Regulations
The best-kept secrets of Data Security secrets revealed!Get and read our whitepaper for free! A remote data backup solution can be compliant with almost any international, federal, or state data protection regulation—and can be compliant with the common caveats of most data security laws by providing functionality like data encryption and secure media control. And, as some regulations require files to be archived for several years, you can create a routine that archives files you select for backup and storage.

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7/13/2009 2:16:00 PM

Fed Warms Up to ERP Spending, but Will Contractors and Their ERP Vendors Comply?Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations
The Federal Government's peculiar and idiosyncratic regulatory requirements provide high barriers to entry, so that the novice companies that are not already offering the functionality for the sector will likely not be able to tap the recent surge in the defense and other federal markets.

FEDERAL LAWSUITS: It appears that the federal market s hunger for enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems will not subside any time soon. Namely, driven by system consolidation at the Department of Homeland Security and Administration management mandates, the federal market for ERP products and services will hit $7.7 billion (USD) in fiscal 2009, a 37 percent increase over fiscal 2004 spending of $5.6 billion(USD), according to a report released at the end of August by INPUT ( www.input.com ), the leading provider of
9/22/2004


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