About GovSpend

Govspend’s vision is to be the leading trusted source of data, analytics, and insight for organizations buying and selling in the public sector marketplace. Our SLED and Federal solutions enable better decisions, cultivate colllaboration, and build a greater sense of community in the government procurement ecosystem.

Government Terms

2023-10-05T11:18:28-04:00January 19th, 2022|Categories: SLED|

If you are a new vendor who is interested in selling to the government, it can be a bit confusing with all of the government jargon out there (or even if you’ve been selling for years!). We have compiled [...]

President Biden Signs $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Package

2023-10-05T11:18:30-04:00November 29th, 2021|Categories: SLED|

President Biden signed a long awaited Infrastructure bill on November 15, 2021. This bill includes $550 billion in new spending for public transit, passenger rail, bridges, water and sewer systems, high-speed internet, electric vehicle infrastructure, and investments in the electric [...]

Cybersecurity and Government Procurement: CMMC 2.0 Model

2023-10-05T11:18:30-04:00November 15th, 2021|Categories: SLED|

Cybersecurity and Government Procurement: CMMC 2.0 Model Great news for government contractors working in the Cybersecurity industry! This week, after an internal review of CMMC 1.0 earlier this year, the Pentagon announced that the Department of Defense (DoD) is [...]

African-American Pioneers in Technology Inspired Today’s High-Tech World

2023-10-05T11:18:33-04:00February 6th, 2020|Categories: SLED|

If you’re reading this, you’re probably using one of the most valuable inventions of our time: the internet. Without this worldwide connection, many of your daily tasks wouldn’t exist—whether that’s checking your work email, updating your Facebook status, or reading [...]

‘Lowest Price’ vs. ‘Best Value’: Why money really “isn’t everything” in GovSales

2023-10-13T08:41:32-04:00January 31st, 2020|Categories: SLED|

If you’ve started working on your GovSales strategy, you’ve likely heard some talk about agencies always choosing “the cheapest price.” This is one of the most widely-spread myths of selling to the government, but it does come from somewhere.  [...]