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Prepare for CIO-SP4 with CIO-SP3 Trends and Observations

03/23/2020


There's reason to be excited for CIO-SP4, and CIO-SP4 Small Business. With new tracks and more initial awards than CIO-SP3, spending on CIO-SP4 is anticipated to surpass to CIO-SP3 trends. We've put together an eBook focused entirely on understanding CIO-SP3 trends ahead of CIO-SP4. We see, especially among small business, a failure in post-award execution. Why is this?

Lessons learned from CIO-SP3: You are more likely to fail than to succeed. If you’re determined to pursue CIO-SP4, preparation is necessary to position yourself for success. Get started by downloading the free eBook on CIO-SP3 Trends and Observations here.

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