A technology industry representative told reporters yesterday that the interim rule DoD published in September didn't offer enough clarity about the certification process, costs and reciprocity.
Billions have been spent to overhaul the Army's aging weapons plants, but officials say the system needs a fundamental rethinking to make it agile enough to keep up with military requirements.
DISA received the 2020 Verdure award from the Defense Department for demonstrating fresh approaches to balancing the development of efficient procurement methods and the utilization of small businesses under its systems engineering, technology and innovation contract.
The chairs of three House committees are looking into allegations that the Defense Department misspent about $1 billion in coronavirus relief funding.
The Air Force and Space Force want all of the new systems they buy to be produced via digital engineering processes. But the defense industry needs to get on board first.
The intelligence community expects information warfare to be the next big disrupter as the cyber domain becomes more contested, and industry becomes part of the national security attack surface.
Ty Schieber, the chairman of the CMMC-AB, and Mark Berman, the chairman of the communications committee, are leaving the CMMC Advisory Board unexpectedly.
Oracle and Mythics win a bid protest at the Library of Congress while AT&T comes out on top in its complaint against SSA. Both protests show the agencies made basic mistakes in evaluating bids on large-dollar solicitations.
Only a little more than a third of the R&D expenses the Pentagon reimburses contractors for each year match up with the department's own modernization priorities, the Government Accountability Office says.
The Defense Department just took another step toward its goal of modernizing its acquisition system.
Govini CEO Tara Murphy Dougherty spoke with Jared Serbu about an analysis the DoD did on the supply base of the agency's more than 1,000 Tier One vendors.
The drones will be available for purchase through GSA in September.
The interim rule implementing Section 889 of the 2019 NDAA takes effect Aug. 13 requiring agencies to add a provision to all new task orders and solicitation prohibiting vendors from using certain Chinese telecommunications products.
Sens. Mark Warner (D-Va.) and Tim Kaine (D-Va.), along with Ben Cardin (D-Md.) and Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.), asked Senate leadership to include a provision in the next stimulus bill to extend Section 3610 provisions that provide paid leave, including sick leave, to employees and subcontractors until Dec. 31, 2021.