Conceras Connect welcomes guest blogger, Jahni Lane-Foster. Jahni is an intern at Conceras. She attends Spelman College in GA, studying Political Science and Sociology. When Eve Mercer, Conceras' Recruiting & Human Resources Manager, first told me that she wanted me to write blog posts for Black History Month highlighting Black people who contributed to the technology field, I … Continue reading Roy L. Clay Sr.
I recently heard a quote on a podcast, "You can't know where your company is going if you don't know where you are." Imagine hiking along a wilderness trail and not consulting your map, or stopping to read trailhead posts, or leaving a GORP (good old raisins and peanuts) trail. Tip: always use your hiking … Continue reading Turn Annual Strategic Plan into a Daily Action Plan
Is your firm searching for top talent with both unique experience and qualifications, a candidate that is trainable, collaborative and technologically savvy? Hire veterans. Veterans offer a competitive edge and are beneficial to your organization. Previous active duty or reserve troops, from any branch of the military, understand customer missions and have deep knowledge of … Continue reading Hire Dedicated, Focused and Resilient Employees – Hire Veterans
Small businesses face new challenges and scrutiny in federal contracting, strict and costly compliance and regulations, whether the looming Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) program or heightened Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) requirements. Now we have Executive Order (EO) 14042. Over the last month, Conceras attended several government and industry webinars to gain insights and guidance … Continue reading Executive Order 14042 Impacts on Conceras and the Government Contracting Industry