Larry Allen, of Allen Federal Business Partners, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to explain how.
GSA’s call for industry input on extending its Acquisition Regulation clauses 552.216-75 is an opportunity to continue increasing efficiency of the MAS program.
The Air Force’s long-running aerial refueling tanker is three years behind schedule. But because of the way it structured the deal, the cost is less than the original estimates.
A new DoD policy memo demands more data to support the prices the military pays for spare parts. But it only applies to one company.
The Trump administration said back pay for contractors affected by the shutdown will be too costly and increase the risk of fraud, waste, and improper payments.
As part DoD’s move to shore up its supply chain, the Pentagon is developing with industry and other experts a new cybersecurity maturity model that is borrowing from standards like ISO 9000.
GSA Administrator Emily Murphy joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss MAS consolidation, catalog management and other cornerstone initiatives of her agency’s Federal Marketplace Strategy.
This week on Off the Shelf, Federal News Radio Executive Editor Jason Miller joins host Roger Waldron for a wide ranging discussion of the top acquisition stories including the implementation of the Section 846 eCommerce initiative and the latest on the JEDI cloud procurement bid protest saga.
Mark Esper gives Federal News Network a “state of the Army.”
Bill Gormley, chair of the Coalitoin for Government Procurement gives a review of the coalition’s 2019 Spring Training Conference.
Leslie Weinstein, an Army Reserve officer and consultant for DoD, explains why the Pentagon should follow other sectors and use experts to ensure vendors are meeting cyber requirements.
New analysis from GovConRx found agencies are giving vendors “satisfactory” past performance ratings more often than any other rating because the system is too burdensome and time consuming.
A fiery debate is likely brewing over the future of a space force after the House Armed Services Committee decided not to address the White House’s request to create the new service in its annual policy bill.
Congress is watching while contractors are wary. So just how big is other transaction authority in the Defense Department?