Bloomberg Government's Cameron Leuthy and Brian Friel with BD Squared, join host Roger Waldron on this week's Off the Shelf to discuss contracting opportunities in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2020.
The Senate will craft a stimulus bill very different from that of the House, and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services could get bailout help from Congress this week.
The federal fourth quarter spending spree is in full swing with agencies expected to spend more money during the last three months of 2020 than they have spent in the previous five years during the final quarter of the fiscal year.
The planned governmentwide acquisition contract was hobbled by protests and never really got off the ground. Yet the need for such a GWAC apparently still exists.
Bloomberg Government's report on the 200 largest federal contractors contains few surprises, but reveals a few trends you might not be aware of.
Amendments and political concerns are likely to hold up budgetary talks for next year. Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for the latest.
The fourth quarter sprint to the finish line of the 2020 fiscal year starts in less than three weeks. So what can federal contractors expect?
The House is starting to turn its attention to some ordinary business, namely crafting appropriations bills for the 2021 fiscal year.
Keith Johnson, the contracting lead for the CIO-SP3 and CIO-SP4 vehicles for NITAAC, said his office is reviewing industry comments on the $40 billion CIO-SP4 draft solicitation and will release the final one in late calendar year 2020.
The Coalition for Government Procurement wrote a letter to GSA asking how they are going to incorporate the White House executive order and DHS’s report on supply chain risk management into the e-commerce platform initiative.
The Navy's spending has increased every year since 2014. But that battleship could start coming around next year.
The situation is fluid, but coronavirus dollars are still flowing through federal agencies with more to come.
Congress has finished making April showers — showers of money to the tune of trillions. Now they're on recess for a week.
For details, Bloomberg Government Director of Contracts Dan Snyder joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.