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Section 814 of the Senate’s recently passed defense spending bill seeks to modify the limitations on certain single award task and delivery order contracts.
Special hiring authorities for personnel working in government-owned depots are set to expire in September.
The backlog of security clearances in the federal government makes it harder to perform classified work, while the lack of a cyber doctrine makes it harder to respond to cyber attacks without risking escalation.
The Defense Department wants the contracting community to embrace a new policy that could upend the annual procurement cycle for major weapons systems.
The Senate Armed Services Committee’s recent markup of the NDAA contains several provisions that are of interest to federal workers, including some related to chief human capital officers and security clearances.
Based on recommendations from the Section 809 Panel, the House has proposed the first major reforms in 25 years to DoD’s buying of commercial items. But the Senate wants more study.
A specific population of federal employees, including those new hires and retiring senior executives who relocated for their jobs in 2018, are still seeing unintended consequences of the new tax act.
EPA administrator Scott Pruitt is under fire from House Democrats again, this time in response to a new report that suggests Pruitt purposely delayed responses to Freeddom of Information Act requests.
Senate NDAA, House appropriations bill each would impose new preconditions on the Pentagon’s controversial Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure