The top 10 Reporter’s Notebook stories in 2021 demonstrated the popularity of topics ranging from IT modernization to cybersecurity to large contract vehicles.
For federal contractors, 2021 comes to an end with no appropriations for 2022 until halfway through the fiscal year.
This is the second year that Congress is requesting information on the augmented reality goggles.
Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners, offers an inside look at some of the most unusual questions he’s received this year.
The White House plans a series of reforms to increase contracting with small and disadvantaged businesses, including raising governmentwide goals and changing category management.
Like a pile of pick-up sticks, the Biden administration's contractor vaccine mandate has collapsed in a heap. But that doesn't end the matter necessarily.
The review found concerns over compliance, cost, reciprocity and more, issues that aren't going away as the Pentagon overhauls the program.
Roger Waldron, of the Coalition for Government Procurement, writes that the obsessive focus on the price over the solution delivered is a direct threat to the President's Management Agenda’s goals.
The Biden administration said it won't enforce the provisions of the president's federal contractor vaccine mandate while a nationwide preliminary injunction is in place. More federal employees continue to get vaccinated, according to new data from the Office of Management and Budget.
The latest continuing resolution will keep the government funded somehow until Feb. 18. But it means any fresh initiatives won't have a chance to get underway until March at the earliest.
The legal reasoning behind the latest preliminary injunction largely mirrors that of a similar injunction a Kentucky judge issued a week earlier. But it is far broader in its scope.
As federal senior executives ask the acquisition system and their industry partners to do more to support the Build Back Better initiative, it will be critical to identify quick fixes, reforms, policies and strategies that increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the acquisition system for customer agencies and contractors.
New IRS Deputy Chief Procurement Officer Guy Torres has long federal and private sector experience.
Computer World Services Corp. prevailed in its protest of NITAAC’s CIO-SP4 solicitation after arguing that certain past performance requirements were restrictive and unfair.