Online shopping is redefining the modern retail industry.
Though rare, procurement fraud is a persistent problem. Now a former Air Force procurement official has put together a book on the topic.
GAO and the Interagency Suspension and Debarment Committee released annual reports highlighting continued decreases in bid protests, by 16%, and in the number of companies suspended or debarred.
A panel of legal experts present the 2019 Rogers Awards which highlight some of the most significant government contracts developments from the past year.
The General Services Administration wants to help vendors improve the quality of their future bid submissions through its new initiative, called INFORM.
Robert Burton, a former deputy administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy and now a partner with Crowell & Moring, makes the case for using commercial practices for government online marketplace purchases.
More than seven months into the Trump administration, the Justice Department is still waiting for a permanent official to lead its antitrust division. But the White House isn’t to blame for this particular delay.
Federal efforts to develop a well-trained cybersecurity workforce are ramping up, due in large part to the edicts of President Donald Trump’s cybersecurity executive order.
The Program Management Improvement Accountability Act is on the President’s desk now and it would, in the first place, recognize program management for the importance it has in agency mission delivery. Rob Burton, partner at the law firm Crowell and Moring and a former deputy administrator the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin to offer his insight.
Industry can no longer protest civilian agency task and delivery orders worth more than $10 million to the GAO after the Senate didn’t pass a bill that would’ve extended the authority permanently.