In the last of a three-part series, Elliott Ichimura, Microsoft Global Industry Director, Services, explains how the Microsoft GovCon Alliance will apply a new level of rigor to the company’s engagement in the government contractor market, “across our products, partner relationships and customer audiences.”
With Microsoft initiating a new phase in its ongoing effort to help contractors to the U.S. federal government comply with a range of regulatory requirements, the second of a three-part series is now posted on the Your Dynamic Business Blog by Elliott Ichimura, Microsoft Global Industry Director, Services.
“Our guiding principle for this next phase is ‘Compliance and Agility’ – a distinct counterpoint to the ‘compliance OR agility’ tradeoff that we believe has become the status quo for most solutions in the government contracting (GovCon) market,” writes Elliott Ichimura, Microsoft Global Industry Director.
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