The Health and Human Services Department is taking a page out the playbook of major retailers, and it’s using blockchain to make it happen.
The Department of the Navy released the first of two major solicitations under the Next Generation Enterprise Network Recompete.
John Snoderly, learning director of engineering at the Defense Acquisition University in Fort Belvoir, Virginia, explained why open systems are critical to weapons system interoperability.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Agriculture Department’s progress under the Centers of Excellence initiative can now be tracked through a new website.
Soraya Correa, the DHS chief procurement officer, said the Procurement Innovation Lab is taking what’s already in the Federal Acquisition Regulations and thinking a little outside the box.
Federal contractors are deeply concerned about the Pentagon’s move to the cloud and Federal News Radio asked why.
The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee doesn’t like that year-end buying spree, but are these members the cause of the buying spree in the first place?
The Air Force is continuing the trend of other transactional authorities to speed up the procurement process, says Bloomberg Government Senior Defense Analyst Rob Levinson.
Appeals court says the Army acted arbitrarily and capriciously when it decided to pay contractors to build a new intelligence IT system, rather than buying a commercially-available one.
The Army still doesn’t have a quantitative way to measure if Futures Command will work.
Dave Bottom, CIO in the Office of Intelligence and Analysis at DHS, said upgrading to Windows 10 will buoy its larger IT modernization effort.
The Coalition for Government Procurement’s Medical/Surgical Subcommittee recognized VA’s Medical/Surgical Prime Vector program for ensuring the delivery of best value health care solutions to veterans.
This week on Amtower Off Center, host Mark Amtower discuses the 2018 Government Contractor Study with Market Connections president Aaron Heffron and Merritt Group Senior Vice President Matt Donovan. September 17, 2018
It might be the era of cloud computing but the Defense Department still occasionally buys software on discs in a shrink-wrapped box.