NASA Administrator Charles Bolden met with Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Services CEO Meg Whitman in October to discuss ongoing challenges with the $2.5 billion ACES contract.
The Defense Department’s innovation hub chief is optimistic about his organization’s chances during the presidential transition.
Results of more than 300 interviews of federal technology and acquisition experts for the Professional Services Council’s 2016 Vision conference predicts little new spending, but a lot of moving around of existing money.
The Government Accountability Office has denied nine out of nine bid protests filed by health insurers who came out on the losing end of the Defense Department’s $58 billion in contract awards to run the military’s managed health care system.
The General Services Administration and the Homeland Security Department awarded CGI Federal a task order for the Credentials and Authentication Management (CRED) under phase 2 of the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program.
The Office of Personnel Management and its contractor, Winvale/CSID, can’t agree on just how many people need to re-enroll with a new vendor to keep credit monitoring and identity protection services, and they haven’t yet finalized a plan to smoothly transition those victims to the new service provider, ID Experts.
DoD is tightening the reins on the research money it gives out to companies. The Pentagon is receiving some backlash for it.
Soraya Correa, chief procurement officer at the Homeland Security Department, said the Procurement Innovation Lab (PIL) collaborated with others in the agency to develop a streamlined approach to complete hundreds of thousands of outstanding contracts.
The Lohfeld Consulting group ranked upcoming civilian and DoD contracts that meet three criteria: a likely 2017 request for proposal, likelihood of funding and awards next fiscal year, a significant pool of contenders.
Sometimes the government doesn’t quite manage to keep its databases of contractor information up to date. That can lead to trouble when a contract award is made or denied based on wrong information. That’s what happened after Engility acquired TASC. Procurement attorney Joseph Petrillo of Petrillo and Powell offers insight on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
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The Office of Personnel Management said it’s notifying about 100,000 to 150,000 cyber breach victims enrolled in credit monitoring services with Winvale/CSID that their coverage will soon expire.
BirchGrove Consulting President Ray Bjorklund, joins host Roger Waldron to discuss how to bridge the acquisition management gap between government program managers and contracting officers. October 25, 2016
The Air Force is still struggling to shorten its contract award times as it begins a big modernization push.