Paul Courtney, who became the new chief procurement officer for DHS in August, said recruiting and retaining his workforce is among his highest priorities.
Over the past few years, the Pentagon has spent $8 billion on contractors to supply planes and pilots to play enemy. Now those contracts are under review.
In a 2-1 decision, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals worried there'd be no limit to a president's authority over contractor employees if the government were allowed to impose a vaccine mandate.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection changed a solicitation after receiving bids. And it gave bidders very little time to make revisions.
For a federal contractor, the best motivation for a new year's resolution is a better shot at more work.
People in the IRS' Enterprise Digitalization Project have been exploring quite a few projects that go far beyond simply digitizing forms, to modernizing business processes and case management.
Lee Frederiksen of Hinge Marketing joins host Mark Amtower on this week's Amtower Off Center to discuss marketing tactics that government contractors should use in Fiscal Year 2022.
Nearly 80% of the trillion dollar infrastructure bill is slated for grants. Only a sliver is destined for federal contracts.
The top 10 Reporter’s Notebook stories in 2021 demonstrated the popularity of topics ranging from IT modernization to cybersecurity to large contract vehicles.
While many would be celebrating a slugger shot for military families, a fledgling housing advocacy group is seeing the end of the lawsuit as just the beginning.
For federal contractors, 2021 comes to an end with no appropriations for 2022 until halfway through the fiscal year.
The supply-chain bottlenecks around the world have caused record shortages of many products that American consumers are used to having readily available, such as household goods, electronics and, most importantly to NITAAC, information technology.
A National Security Agency cloud computing acquisition is in limbo after losing bidder Microsoft successfully challenged one of the source selection criteria. The case shows how carefully agencies need to tread.
Few acquisition methods have proven as popular with agency buyers than indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity contracts. Protests, though, have killed off at least one planned IDIQ, and threaten to delay or stop a couple of others.