In today's Top Federal Headlines, the White House releases this year's Federal Agency Strategic Sustainability Plans, providing a snapshot of the progress agencies have made becoming more environmentally friendly.
DoD would focus on sustainment costs if is has a chance to release another version of Better Buying Power.
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.
The White House listed 20 pages worth of qualms with the Senate 2017 defense authorization bill, including military health care reforms, acquisition policy changes and personnel tweaks.
George Washington University Law Professor Steve Schooner joins host Roger Waldron to discuss "Better Buying Power Principles" and their potential impact on DoD acquisition. May 31, 2016
Defense Secretary Ash Carter is revamping the Defense Innovation Unit Experiment before it even turns a year old.
Frank Kendall, the Pentagon’s acquisition chief, said Tuesday that he’s comfortable with a package of procurement reforms the House Armed Services Committee passed two weeks ago, largely because the final bill took a step back from strict language that would have required DoD to use modular open architectures on all of its major weapons systems.
The Professional Services Council and IT Alliance for Public Sector say lowest price technically acceptable is the wrong process to use when evaluating ENCORE III bidders.
The under secretary of Defense for acquisition, technology and logistics assured lawmakers that the DoD is keeping a close eye on the cybersecurity measures of its vendors.
The Defense Department’s top tech official said his top worry is the retention and recruitment of talented employees as pay and benefits make it more enticing to work for private companies.
DoD's proposed rule on independent research and development left more questions than answers for industry.
DoD's top procurement official said the laws keeping government officials from moving to the private sector are too stringent.
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering Stephen Welby told Federal News Radio in an exclusive interview how DoD is allaying commercial industry's acquisition fears.
DoD released a proposed rule that will require companies to give the Pentagon more information about IR&D projects.