Priority Data regularly competes across the country for state government work. Many states offer an in-state “bidders preference” such that if the work is done in the state the contractor receives a 5% or 10% advantage in the bid evaluation. State Sen. Mello is exploring options in Nebraska like this to support in-state contracting. Priority Data President Dewayne Docken voiced his support of this in a recent Associated Press story. You can read the full story here.