Talk about a mixed bag. There's pandemic and a record season, the federal contracting spending, how ready is your company for all of this?
Bloomberg Government's Cameron Leuthy and Brian Friel with BD Squared, join host Roger Waldron on this week's Off the Shelf to discuss contracting opportunities in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2020.
The Air Force is getting ready to expand the number of bases where it wants to install and test 5G capabilities.
The two companies who had challenged U.S. Transportation Command's household goods contract have returned to the Government Accountability Office after TRANSCOM pledged to take corrective action and then decided not to.
The federal fourth quarter spending spree is in full swing with agencies expected to spend more money during the last three months of 2020 than they have spent in the previous five years during the final quarter of the fiscal year.
The General Services Administration says it’s creating more visibility into the transition to the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) program through meetings with deputy secretaries, letters to agency CIOs and agency transition managers and briefings with smaller agencies.
An IG inspection found half a billion dollars in unfunded maintenance items at DoD health care facilities, including at least seven that could cause death or serious injuries.
The Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council will require all contracts released or awarded after Aug. 13 to include a clause prohibiting agencies to award a contract to a company if they use telecommunications products or services from Huawei, ZTE or other prohibit products from Chinese companies.
Irv Dennis, the CFO for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, said his office already has kicked off initiatives to implement robotics process automation and data analytics ahead incoming help from the IT Modernization Centers of Excellence program.
After five years of trying to establish a deal, agency decides it's better to start over.
The General Services Administration is taking corrective action under its $5.5 billion 2GIT contract by changing the self-scoring evaluation approach.
This week on Amtower Off Center, Doug Mashkuri, VP and general manager of GovLoop, joins host Mark Amtower to discuss what contractors should consider when selecting a virtual meeting platform.
This week on Off the Shelf, Jason Workmaster, a member at Miller & Chevalier, joins host Roger Waldron talk about section 889, the so-called Huawei provision.
U.S. Transportation Command has reaffirmed its original award decision in the $7.2 billion Global Household Goods contract after saying it would take corrective action.