This week on Off the Shelf, the Booz Allen Hamilton Immersive Technologies team joins host Roger Waldron to explain how technological advances in virtual and augmented reality are changing the way the Department of Defense trains, plans and executes.
The Office Management and Budget released FAQs for agencies and contractors to deal with coronavirus while DoD released a memo detailing what essential vendors mean for them.
The Coalition for Government Procurement, an industry association, asked White House advisor Peter Navarro to further explain how the President’s executive order and GSA’s e-commerce platform solicitation fit together.
This week on Off the Shelf, Alan Thomas, excecutive vice president for special projects at Trowbridge and former commissioner of the Federal Acquistion Service, joined host Roger Waldron for a wide ranging discussion of MAS consolidation, eCommerce and the state of the federal market.
The General Services Administration says the number of help desk calls about the beta.sam.gov website is at or below the levels that came in for the old site. Some contractors, however, say the new site continues to struggle and remains frustrating to many.
Karen Brazell and Angela Billups with the Department of Veterans Affairs join host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss the VA’s VALOR initiative, and give an update on the agency’s supply chain modernization.
John DeSimone, vice president of Cybersecurity and Special Missions for Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services, joins host Roger Waldron to data security and the current cyber trends across the federal market.
Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Off the Shelf’s audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne. This week, Bill Gormley, president of the Gormley Group, joins Off the Shelf, and provides his…
Federal News Network Executive Editor Jason Miller joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss schedules consolidation, eCommerce and the state of the federal procurement system.
Federal procurement lawyers say the first quarter of the federal fiscal year tends to be among the busiest times of the year as contractors challenge awards and solicitations that came during the previous fourth quarter.