The government's recent track record with huge IDIQ contracts has been spotty at best. Larry Allen says the problems are a sign of the times.
This August, GSA took two significant, interconnected steps towards increasing competition and access to the commercial market through its government-wide contract vehicles.
Talk about a mixed bag. There's pandemic and a record season, the federal contracting spending, how ready is your company for all of this?
Indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts have been used by the United States Armed Forces as a standard form of construction procurement for nearly a half century
Government lawyers tell a federal appeals court that Oracle's complaints about conflicts of interest are now moot, and that DoD has plenty of ways to justify its controversial single-award decision.
Pentagon decides to go ahead with another conflict of interest study. That can't be good.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Federal Protective Service mismanaged its payroll and budget leading to excessive overtime and spending shortfalls.
The Defense Department's final solicitation for the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure is worth up to $10 billion over 10 years, and will go to a single vendor.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Government Accountability Office finds 75 percent of the Defense Department's IDIQ type contracts were only open to a single contractor.
Indefinite-delivery, indefinite quantity contracts with multiple contractors are supposed to make competition easier. Sometimes the opposite happens.
The 2016 federal contractor survey sponsored by Grant Thornton found vendors are optimistic about working in the public sector, despite facing more competition and lower profit margins.