An audit of a sample of DoD’s contracts with Transdigm found half the company’s earnings were “excess” profit, but the inspector general said the findings highlight a need for broad policy changes.
The Homeland Security Department and the General Services Administration released details about program and policies that outline the future of major acquisition efforts.
The Marines will rethink their bonus structure and promotion system.
Maybe the JEDI procurement isn’t such a big deal after all.
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Progress with the security clearance inventory has put pressure on the Defense Department’s Consolidated Adjudications Facility, which is realigning resources and personnel to work through its own backlog.
Four members of the House Armed Services Committee wrote to President Donald Trump that any further delays to the cloud procurement known as JEDI would harm the Pentagon.
New policies aren’t official yet, but defense and intelligence officials say they’re designing the newly renamed Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency that’s positioned for a more modern era.
Army Futures Command is off and running, but it may be lacking on engagement with small business.
Rick Hill, senior vice president at HumanTouch LLC, argues that DoD needs agility and flexibility and a single cloud approach under JEDI would not give them those features.
Also in today’s Federal Newscast, USDA is facing more congressional backlash for its plans to relocate two research bureaus to Kansas City, and the DoD Inspector General says former Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White misused her subordinates’ time.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management is urging agencies to consider telework and workplace flexibilities during this week’s heat wave.
DoD plans to issue a memo that would strongly encourage reciprocity for cloud services authorized by FedRAMP at the moderate level.
Responses to the Army’s Enterprise IT-as-a-Service prototype are due within a month, work is set to begin by the end of this year.
The Air Force will make the reductions through attrition over three years if DoD pulls the trigger on the plan.