Identifying and analyzing federal government market opportunities for OpalSoft
MacGregor, Lee J.
Greer, Joel M.
Yoder, E. Cory
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The purpose of this MBA Project is to identify and analyze the Federal Government informationtechnology services market to be used in OpalSoft's operational application. A general review of OpalSoft'scurrent operations and strategy will be conducted. The core of the project will concentrate on the review andanalysis of the federal government information technology services sector. This portion of the project will presentregulatory mandates, data reviews and survey findings from various federal contracting organizations. Theseanalytical insights should facilitate OpalSoft in achieving its future goals and objectives in this market. The endstateof this project is to supply OpalSoft with a greater understanding of the Federal Government market and tocapitalize on opportunities that market presents.
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