Forget about the idea of six degrees of separation. In the world of government contracting people are no more than a hopper two away from one another.
When the Defense Department buys high-dollar items under negotiated procurement rules it's supposed to negotiate but the Army awarded a major contract without talking to any of five bidders.
U.S. Transportation Command says it will once again pause the transition to its long-planned overhaul of the military's household goods moving system because of yet another bid protest.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Department of Defense is facing a protest of its $11 billion IT contract award.
Acme services contractor submits a bid using Sally, Bill and Jesse as the lead talent. Sally leaves for another company after the bids are in. Does that mean the bid is no longer valid? Well, not necessarily.
The arbiter found five separate protests filed by two losing bidders were 'without merit' on Thursday.
One of the great parlor games in federal procurement is adding up the number of award protests every year. But because of the way the Government Accountability Office compiles the numbers, it's hard to understand the real patterns. This is the topic of a recently published paper.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection changed a solicitation after receiving bids. And it gave bidders very little time to make revisions.
In today's Federal Newscast, activist group asks the Senate Rules Committee and House Administration Committee to force the Capitol Police to publish inspector general reports online.
Computer World Services Corp. prevailed in its protest of NITAAC’s CIO-SP4 solicitation after arguing that certain past performance requirements were restrictive and unfair.
The Government Accountability Office’s annual report to Congress showed vendors filed less than 1,900 protests in fiscal 2020.
In today's Federal Newscast, you can add water issues at federal properties to the list of unforeseen consequences from the lockdown.
American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier Group, which won and then lost the multibillion dollar award following an earlier round of protests, said it has lodged a new challenge with the Government Accountability Office.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Defense Department has spent more of its contracting budget on small businesses in recent years, but those dollars are going to a shrinking pool of companies.