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Think Before Your RFP

24 July 2013

Drafting RFPs may not be your favorite task, but try to keep your providers,a nd your ultimate needs, in mind when putting your request together.


Report Calls for Change in ‘Harshest’ IC Law

24 July 2013

An organization in Massachusetts is urging a change in the state’s independent contractor law, saying employment attorneys call it the harshest such law in the country, causing the state to lose out on thousands of self-employment startups each year.


The Challenges of Insourcing a CW Program

24 July 2013

Many companies assume that insourcing a contingent workforce management program is a simple way to cut costs. But Edward “EJ” Jackson, president of Provade, explains how insourcing the program can be more challenging than expected in The Staffing Stream. 


Web: Ways to Avoid Feds’ IC Wrath

24 July 2013

Working with independent contractors? Here are 15 ways to ensure you don’t end up as the next write-up on the Department of Labor’s website for misclassifying them as employees.



IT industry confidence holds steady

23 July 2013

Information technology industry business confidence is holding steady in the third quarter, according to the CompTIA IT industry business confidence index.


IT jobs growth accelerates in US

23 July 2013

The number of U.S. information technology jobs rose 0.5 percent in June to reach another all-time high of almost 4.5 million, according to the TechServe Alliance. IT employment increased by 5.7 percent on a year-over-year basis, adding almost 241,700 IT workers.


CTG reports EMR delays, revenue below expectations

23 July 2013

Second-quarter revenue at CTG (NASD: CTG) rose 0.4 percent year over year to $107.1 million, but was below guidance of $111 million and $113 million. The Buffalo, N.Y.-based information technology services company also lowered its full-year 2013 revenue forecast.


IGate revenue up 6%, cites positive signs

23 July 2013

IGate Corp. (NASD: IGTE) second-quarter revenue rose 5.7 percent year over year to $283.3 million. The Fremont, Calif.-based firm booked more than $600 million in orders, including three multi-year contracts valued at $100 million or more apiece.


Infosys ‘cautiously optimistic’

23 July 2013

Infosys Ltd. (NYSE: INFY) revenue rose 17.2 percent year over year  to 112.67 billion Indian rupees in its fiscal first quarter ended June 30.