In today’s Top Federal headlines, a new bill gives agencies more options to hire new talent, and another major IT contract is stalled by protests.
Lack of data is the main hurdle keeping the Department of Defense from saving billions on its budget.
Adam Levithan, Shawn Mitchell and Jai Dargan from Metalogix will discuss how their company can help your agency move to the cloud. June 28, 2016
The fiscal 2016 defense authorization bill includes major acquisition reforms. The bill would give military service chiefs more power over the defense acquisition processes. The authorization bill may be in trouble though. President Obama has threatened to veto it. Federal News Radio’s reporter Scott Maucione tells In Depth with Francis Rose about what Congress is calling for at DoD
Reps. Don Beyer (D-Va.) and Rob Wittman (R-VA) introduced the Federal Employee Retroactive Pay Fairness Act, which would secure retroactive pay for all federal employees during a government shutdown, regardless of furlough status.
Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work says the Pentagon is making plans in case Congress cannot reach a budget deal or continuing resolution before Sept. 30.
Defense Department Inspector General Jon Rymer tells In Depth’s Francis Rose why his office is so different from other OIGs.
Undersecretary of the Army Eric Fanning has been nominated by the president to serve as Army Secretary.
The Department of Defense has been working on guidelines to help its contracting officers decide whether potential noncompetitive contracts are worth their advertised prices. The new guidelines address different ways agencies can tackle situations where they don’t have information available to them.
Robert Levinson, senior defense analyst at Bloomberg Government takes a closer look at the Pentagon’s 2015 budget request, and what’s in it for contractors. June 17, 2014