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.
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.
Five years after it broke open, the Navy’s contract scandal, “Fat Leonard,” is still producing indictments and prison sentences. For some perspective, Bruno Wengrowski joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Agencies impacted and not impacted by the partial government shutdown released up to eight times more RFPs, RFIs and awards on FedBizOpps.gov last week as compared to the same weeks in previous years.
Raghav Vajjhala, the chief information officer of the FTC, said a new blanket purchase agreement with four vendors will help the agency take a low risk approach to IT modernization.
Patrick Curran, Federal CTO at Planet Technologies, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss how Microsoft is evolving to better respond to needs of today’s federal IT professionals. February 5, 2019
Jonathan Aronie, partner at Sheppard Mullin discusses schedule modernization, bid protests, Section 846 and transactional data reporting and more during a wide ranging discussion with host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf. January 22, 2019
The Department of Homeland Security issued a notice to contractors setting expectations about the timing of solicitations and other acquisition activities for after the shutdown ends.
Marina Fox, from the dot gov domain services in office of governmentwide policy at GSA, said an 18-month effort proved that artificial intelligence could help make sure agencies meet federal regulatory requirements easier.
Shutdown’s impact on contractors: It’s not just the lack of new work that hurts. They’re not being paid for work they’ve already done.