Eric Crusius, a partner with Holland & Knight law firm, details why the Section 809 panel shouldn’t tinker too much with bid protest rules.
The Homeland Security Department and the Department of Defense are transforming this Pensacola, Florida, into a cyber powerhouse.
DoD releases a draft solicitation and holds an industry day to talk about its new initiative to move to commercial cloud services.
The Pentagon awards a contract to REAN Cloud that could be worth up to $950 million while also facing a protest of a supporter services contract.
Continuing resolutions temporarily evade shutdowns, but they may also hurt the Department of Defense’s readiness long-term.
Several industry organizations have resource centers to help industry prepare for a government shutdown.
Deputy Defense secretary Patrick Shanahan alters the membership of DoD’s Cloud Executive Working Group, removing its acquisition chief, adding its CIO.
Brad Gandee, the vice president for product marketing and management at GigaTrust, offers the industry some ideas for how best to meet DoD’s data requirements.
A new analysis of DoD contract data shows serious impacts across the Defense industrial base because of spending cuts, including indications that thousands of firms exited the industry entirely.
Borrowing from an existing exemption for foreign military sales, DoD wants more flexibility to waive its requirement for vendors to supply cost and pricing data in domestic procurements.
Defense and aerospace companies are calling on Congress to come to a decision to avert budget cuts.
Roger Zakheim, partner at Covington & Burling LLP, joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss the National Technology and Industrial Base’s role in promoting and leveraging commercial technology capabilities for the DoD’s mission. October 31, 2017
The Senate version of the Defense authorization bill doesn’t include a provision to make it easier for agencies to use commercial marketplaces.
Daniel Payne, the director of the Defense Security Services, said the continuous evaluation program will have 1 million employees by 2018.