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Here we are again…No, not pumpkin spice latte season. We are entering the federal government buying season. With the start of the fiscal year 2023 on October 1, agencies must determine the allocation of their budgets and plan for the tools that will enable mission success throughout the year. They also must use any remaining funds from the past year’s budget or lose it when the new fiscal year begins. As agencies make these budget decisions, they’re seeking solutions that will address current challenges and transform the way they operate. And TD SYNNEX stands ready to support partners every step of the way.

Federal Busy Season

“We have a dedicated federal sales team with business development support from the GovSolv team. We help partners from the bid desk to a full suite of integration and pre/post-sales services,” explains Ed Somers, VP of Public Sector for TD SYNNEX.

Buying season is one of the busiest times of year for distributors working within the public sector. This year is no different with IT modernization driving decision-making as agencies seek to meet the requirements of various executive orders and memos, namely the Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity and the Executive Order on Transforming Federal Customer Experience and Service Delivery to Rebuild Trust in Government. To advance citizens’ well-being, the government is calling upon federal agencies to improve outdated systems and tools. The majority of agencies are already implementing new technologies, and they will continue to put significant resources into finding the best, most efficient IT solutions.

In its $5.8 trillion fiscal year 2023 budget, the Biden Administration outlined a number of areas for agencies to focus on, and many of these focus areas will impact partners. Among these are strengthening the supply chain, improving cybersecurity, and advancing healthcare infrastructure. As agencies decide where to allocate their funds, they will explore new technologies like automation, artificial intelligence, and machine learning that can improve on their previous processes and systems. With Cisco technology, agencies can address these issues and more, and TD SYNNEX can provide access to these technologies. .

TD SYNNEX has the Cisco expertise to help partners become more informed and confident consumers down the line. Many agencies are seeking guidance into the future of IT as technologies continue to advance quickly. This is especially important over the next couple of months. in the time leading up to and directly following the beginning of the fiscal year 2023, agencies are deciding on new projects and the IT worth investing in to support these projects.

As distribution partners help their customers navigate federal buying season, TD SYNNEX has the public sector knowledge to fully assist its partners. “We have a dedicated federal sales team with business development support from the GovSolv team. We help partners from the bid desk to a full suite of integration and pre/post-sales services,” Ed Somers, VP of Public Sector for TD SYNNEX explained..

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