The Pentagon wants vendors to take no more than two months to develop their final proposals when purchasing its weapons systems.
In biweekly meetings, DoD contracting experts are chewing through every page of the Pentagon’s procurement rules. They expect to eliminate about half.
The 150-member Republican Study Committee has listed its budget priorities for 2019, calling for eliminating all automatic pay raises for federal workers, and increasing their contributions to their own retirement. The conservative group’s also wants to make it easier for federal employees to be fired.
The IRS has several major projects coming down the pipeline, and it’s beefing up its outreach to industry partners to ensure it’s getting the latest IT innovations.
Eric Crusius, a partner with Holland & Knight law firm, details why the Section 809 panel shouldn’t tinker too much with bid protest rules.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the General Services Administration has finalized a major change to its Federal Supply Schedules allowing the purchase of incidental materials.
When Alliant II is released for contracting, will it speed the process?
A congressionally-mandated study finds that although there has been an uptick in bid protests in recent years, no evidence exists that companies are filing them willy-nilly.
Attorney and government contracts expert Jonathan Aronie of Sheppard Mullins, joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center, for a wide ranging discussion of Section 801 of the Defense Authorization bill, the future of GSA schedules, and bid protests. October 9, 2017
David Berteau, president and CEO of the Professional Services Council, has narrowed the 1,266 pages of the NDAA down to four essential things they need to know.