Charlie E. Williams, Jr. and Nick Tsiopanas, members of the Section 809 panel, explain why their recommendations will benefit both DoD and small firms.
The Navy wants vendors to prototype an entirely new network architecture that would give its users more direct pathways to the cloud services.
GSA’s contractor database incident and USDA’s reorganization plans were among the most popular stories last year.
Three procurement actions show the Defense Department’s continued push to move data and applications to off premise cloud services.
The Defense appropriations bill is heading to the finish line.
The Consortium Management Group responded to Federal News Radio’s two-part special report on the growing use of other transactions agreements (OTAs).
With new OTA for information warfare, the Navy hopes to quickly push its cyber demands to industry, but also get answers to questions it hadn't thought to ask.
New Pentagon guidance lets contracting officers make awards based on informal peer reviews of commercial vendors' wares, instead of head-to-head competitions
The Defense Information Systems Agency used an Other Transaction Agreement to perform the work, so its scope is unclear. And at least for now, so is the winning firm's identity.
The Navy awards a $100 million contract to operate the government's latest consortium of companies aiming to get in on the military's increasing reliance on other transaction agreements.
The Government Accountability Office sided with Oracle Corp. in a bid protest that alleged the Pentagon ran afoul of the already-broad rules for other transaction agreements.
The Army believes it now has a workable strategy to buy cyber capabilities within 30 days, but it started by fixing its budgeting and requirements processes.
The Pentagon slashes the potential value of REAN Cloud's OTA from $950 million to $65 million, says only U.S. Transportation Command can use it.
The Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command is the latest DoD organization to jump on the OTA bandwagon with an arrangement that would spend $100 million on 14 cyber technology areas.