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- Ian Smith had successful careers with two government contracting companies before helping launch FedSmith.com.
- Ralph Smith has extensive professional federal experience that he applies by writing and editing content for FedSmith.com.
- Susan McGuire Smith had a 25-year career with the government in contracts, ethics, and personnel law.