Researchers at CMU say federal procurement could be more competitive

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have concluded the federal procurement system isn’t nearly as competitive as it should or could be. That’s because many solicitations end up with only one bidder, or there’s no competition in the first place. For more on what they looked at and what they found, the Federal Drive with Tom Temin talked to Karam Kang, one of the project’s co-authors and an economics professor at Carnegie Mellon University.