What are the top 20 contracting opportunities in fiscal year 2019? Find out when Bloomberg analysts Paul Murphy, Rob Levinson and Dan Snyder join host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center.
A picky law known as the Service Contract Labor Standards Act has the potential to make a hash out of an ordinary procurement.
TRANSCOM says business is prepared for the daunting task of managing 20% of the moving market.
Senior Principal Research Analyst Alex Rossino shared the latest numbers and market dynamics on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Through the CIO modernization and enterprise transformation (COMET) contract, GSA is looking for vendors to provide a host of IT services, including operations and maintenance, cloud and the continued development and support of the acquisition systems portal called beta.SAM.gov.
The Air Force’s Cloud One program faces a protest by Leidos, while the Army names a new project manager for data and the CIO Council upgrades its website for the first time since 2017.
The Senate has confirmed Eugene Scalia, son for the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, to serve as the next Secretary of Labor.
HUD and GSA seek vendor help to modernize electronic records management, customer experience and in setting up the chief data officer’s office under the Centers of Excellence program.
Deals made under other transaction authority, as opposed to regular procurement contracts, help the government buy innovation and prototypes.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s independent watchdog has cleared Secretary Ben Carson of any misconduct in connection with the order of a dining room set for his office.
The launch adds four new bases to the embattled GENESIS electronic health record system.
The Defense Department award to CSRA/GD-IT a contract to provide email and collaboration services in the cloud in late August has come under fire.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Trump administration reveals more specifics about its proposed 2.6% raise for civilian employees.
Allen Hill, the director of the Telecommunications Services Office at the General Services Administration, said most agencies will not meet the Sept. 30 deadline to award new contracts under EIS, but most are making good progress setting up 2020 to be a busy year.