The General Services Administration wants to help vendors improve the quality of their future bid submissions through its new initiative, called INFORM.
The White House said President Trump intends to nominate Michael Wooten, the senior advisor for acquisitions at the Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid office, to lead the Office of Federal Procurement Policy.
Identity theft protection coverage with ID Experts will continue for victims of the Office of Personnel Management’s 2015 cyber breaches, the company announced Tuesday.
The Coalition for Government Procurement and the Naval Postgraduate School found agencies were getting better deals through GSA Advantage than through pilots using Amazon.
GSA launched its schedules transparency initiative four months ago and NASA awards a new $2.9 billion contract to provide its employees new end user services.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management answered some lingering questions that popped up due to the recent partial government shutdown.
Does the new rule satisfy contractors who felt beset by DoD buyers’ reliance on LPTA? David Berteau gave his take on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
A rare, joint memo from three military service secretaries directs acquisition officials to build open architectures into all new programs.
One of the enduring questions of the ages, at least in government contracting, is what counts as a small business and what happens when it grows bigger during the course of a contract?
The Air Force wants program managers to be able to spot good code in software.
Erik Bruice, vice president of Health Solutions at Northrop Grumman, joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf, to discuss how the military health market is changing and how his company is using technology to help address military health. February 5, 2019
Former federal IT executives say the 1996 law is not the problem, but it’s the processes that grew up around the Clinger-Cohen Act are making IT acquisition too difficult.
After years of preparing companies for stricter cybersecurity requirements, DoD is finally cracking down.
So can federal contractors get back any of what they lost in the shutdown? Consultant Larry Allen of Allen Federal Business Partners has been watching this closely.