The Energy Department is developing an enterprise cyber risk management framework that will be integrated across every office in the department.
Deloitte's Chuck Wald points out the long military history that drones already have. Is AI really that far off?
Speed and strategy are becoming even more important for government agencies to keep up with advantages in technology and intelligence
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.
Federal contractors need not fear the future. There's actually a lot for them to look forward to.
Larry Allen, long time GSA sales consultant, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to explain why he opposes a new rule put in place by the General Services Administration to keep track of what is sold to the government in order to get the most out of its buying power
Final quarter of fiscal 2017 is less than 100 days away and Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partner, said contractors need to start thinking about budget and planning now
Federal workers (both as employees and as taxpayers) have a major investment, not to mention mixed emotions, about contractors, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.
The federal government has a growing backlog of unawarded contracts. Information technology represents the lion's share of the potential business.
Companies can no longer protest civilian agency task orders, which is an odd situation given that Congress retained the ability of defense contractors to protest to the Government Accountability Office task orders larger than $10 million. The House would restore things, the Senate would not. Terry O'Connor, director of government contracts at the law firm Berenzweig Leonard, joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin to explain what contractors can do.
The Army is taking a fresh look at how much of the development and sustainment of computer code ought to be left to contractors and whether it’s time to bring some of that work in-house.
The Army, Navy, and Air Force on Monday released their supplier performance ratings shortlists for 2016 — an honor roll for contractors' business units scored highly by the military acquisition community.
Richard Lieberman, a consultant and retired attorney, warns government contractors not to begin work until they really have a contract.
Federal agencies are preparing plans now for a possible shutdown next week. One of the elements of those plans is which employees are essential and which ones aren't. Larry Allen is the President of Allen Federal Business Partners. He tells In Depth with Francis Rose employees aren't the only ones who should find out as soon as possible if they're essential.