Robin Bourne, subject matter expert, federal acquisition, with the Gormley Group joins host Roger Waldron on this week's Off the Shelf for a deep dive into all things Multiple Award Schedule.
The Office of Federal Procurement Policy is putting a new emphasis on helping agencies reduce their Procurement Administrative Lead Time -- or “PALT.”
Federal contractors are drawing on the lessons they learned from the last partial lapse in appropriations, a 35-day event companies say has changed the way they prepare for a possible government shutdown later this week.
A new request for information from the CFO Council hopes to attract education and training providers to create an on-demand marketplace.
For how the case turned out, Federal Drive with Tom Temin talked with Smith Pachter McWhorter procurement attorney Joe Petrillo.
The maintenance backlog stands at about $3 billion and the number of facilities is growing faster than the budget.
Chris Parente of StoryTech Consulting joined host Mark Amtower on this week's Amtower Off Center for a wide-ranging discussion on GovCon marketing.
The federal contracting community will feel relieved if Congress proceeds with a continuing resolution, and avoids a lapse in appropriations. Fondly known as a government shutdown.
The entire workforce has never been subject to a federal vaccine mandate before, and the new policies are prompting questions about how agencies will enforce the policy and grant reasonable accommodations to those who have a religious or medical objection.
Like the vaccine mandate for employees, federal contractors must also show proof of vaccination to their employer. The Biden administration's vaccine policies also apply to federal contractors working from home, as well as employees working for a covered contractor but not directly on specific government project.
The e-marketplace proof-of-concept provides GSA and OMB a chance to collect procurement data for assessing current market performance and to develop future strategies.
Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners, joins host Mark Amtower on this week's Amtower Off Center to discuss GWACs, CMMC, CIO-SP4 and the state of the current government contracting market.
Early signs suggest Congress is ready to let DoD expand pilot programs that use colorless appropriations for IT, but not without limitations.
For the past year, the Defense Department has been piloting “career planning for digital acquisition."