As with any industry, the economy and changing forces in the government change the way companies do business and whether or not they stay in business. Mergers and acquisitions continued throughout 2010. The question is, what do these deals mean to the industry as a whole?
Why it matters to the GovCon space?
Written by: Jeff White, Founder of govWin
In my opinion, the mergers and acquisitions that occurred in 2010 were primarily driven by organizational conflicts of interest (OCI). This is significant as it represents the potential dramatic market impacts of legislation and the government’s growing commitment to enforcing this type of legislation. Looking forward, it will be interesting to observe the impact of this increased focus on regulating this aspect of government contractors.
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In the meantime, we are interested in what you think was the top story of 2010. Please take a moment to fill out our poll below. If you do not see a story you think was important, use the option marked “other” to submit your own idea. The results will be collected over the next several days and shared on Monday, December 20th, with the #1 story of 2010.
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What is the TOP GovCon Story of 2010?
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