Long story short — the Air Force sought to acquire space launch services through an unusual contracting strategy of trying to award two compatible bids.
Aaron Heffron, president of Market Connections joined host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center, to discuss the results from the recently released 2019 Federal Media and Marketing Study which examines the media consumption habits of federal workers.
Maj. Gen. Cameron Holt, the deputy assistant secretary for contracting in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, said 80% of companies who won contracts at Pitch Days were non-traditional contractors.
C2 Technologies CEO Dolly Oberoi joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss the evolution of the “small business” contracting ecosystem and why now is a great time to be a small contractor in government.
Holland and Knight partner and procurement attorney Eric Crucius joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin in the studio to discuss what it’s all about.
The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program is moving fast but in a transparent manner.
Congress has ordered DoD to give losing bidders detailed information about why they weren’t chosen. DoD’s alleged failure to do that in the JEDI case may have contributed to the protest Amazon lodged in federal court.
Defense contractors have to keep their eyes and ears open this week, says Alan Chvotkin at the Professional Services Council.
The Army is using other transaction authority to purchase prototypes of tactical vehicles that would be dropped from helicopters.
Mike Parkinson, author and principal at 24 Hour Company, joined this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss why graphics are important to proposals and how companies can use them to win more government contracts.
With half of GSA’s private leases set to expire in the next five years, the agency and its Public Buildings Services has a chance to shrink the government’s real estate footprint.
With some of the latest ironies, federal marketing and procurement consultant Larry Allen joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Contractors can now determine if they qualify as a small business based on a five-year revenue calculation instead of a three-year average under a new, much-anticipated rule from the Small Business Administration.
Federal procurement lawyers say the first quarter of the federal fiscal year tends to be among the busiest times of the year as contractors challenge awards and solicitations that came during the previous fourth quarter.