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Congressional leaders urged VA to abandon a costly supply chain IT system it recently decided to borrow from the Defense Health Agency that has failed to meet VA's requirements.
Supply chain challenges and inflation are having a negative impact on businesses across the economy. The federal procurement system, a subset of that economy, is not immune.
A federal watchdog says the government's main health agency is failing to meet its responsibilities for leading the national response to public health emergencies including the COVID-19 pandemic, extreme weather disasters and even potential bioterrorist attacks
The Coalition for Government Procurement wants federal government to reevaluate and refocus the tools at its disposal, including the Buy American Act, to address global supply chain risks.
NASA SEWP Program Manager Joanne Woytek joins host Mark Amtower on this week's Amtower Off Center to give an update on the GWAC and share her strategic goals for 2022.
This exclusive e-book highlights how the military services and defense agencies are rethinking their approach to managing their supply chains and how data is driving those decisions.
DHS was concerned the Pentagon's approach was too "heavy-handed." Now, officials think "CMMC 2.0" might leave gaps in contractor cybersecurity.
When a part is needed for a plane in the Air Force, it usually comes through the 448th Supply Chain Wing in the Air Force Sustainment Center. Ensuring that all those parts get to their destinations, and that they are not tampered with or sabotaged, calls for a good deal of risk management.
The Defense Logistics Agency is in charge of moving $40 billion worth of goods around the world per year, but when COVID hit and supply chains started moving in fits and starts, the organization had to start changing to get goods delivered on time. Rear Adm. Doug Norton, director of logistics operations for DLA, said DLA worked closely with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to find ways to deliver quickly in emergency situations.
The agency says it doesn't want to reinvent the wheel in developing an approach to securing the broad information and communications technology ecosystem.
The Department of Homeland Security is putting the collective force of its component agencies behind its latest 60-day cyber sprint focused on transportation security.
The past 18 months have thrown a wrench in many of the military’s plans, but the supply chain is one that has taken a particularly hard hit. Army Materiel Command had a handful of backups that caused issues for the supply chain during the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Pentagon is evaluating the possibility of changing the definition of “domestic sources” under the Cold War-era law to include the United Kingdom and Australia.
The House Armed Services Committee will consider a $716 billion defense bill, including changes to how the military prosecutes sexual crimes.