The increase in the MPT and SAT provides the flexibility for customer agencies to place orders under pre-existing contract vehicles, says Roger Waldron, president of the Coalition for Government Procurement.
Few people will argue that the civil service needs no reform. The job classification and pay systems are outdated, the hiring process is terrible and employee accountability is an issue that troubles both outsiders and government workers.
Mike Sade, a former federal procurement executive, explains why context is so important for agencies and vendors alike.
Last week, the Department of Defense (DoD) issued a five-year, $950 million award to REAN Cloud to provide cloud adoption services to DoD agencies. Roger Waldron discusses the DoD and its use of its Other Transaction Authority.
President Donald Trump is calling for huge raises in the Defense Department budget and more cuts to most civilian agencies in his 2019 budget proposal.
On this episode of CyberChat, host Sean Kelley, former EPA CISO, is joined by Dominic Cussatt, VA’s chief information security officer.
Some proponents of an apolitical civil service argued that what President Trump argued for in his State of the Union address would turn federal workers into at-will employees.
Jamie Hynds, a senior product manager SolarWinds, details what agencies should consider when implementing the five-step process.
The Coalition for Government Procurement questions why federal agencies are pursuing initiatives that appear to be duplicative, rather than maximizing their spending through existing vehicles.
Jeff Gallimore, a founding partner at Excella Consulting, explains why agility can help the government avoid lengthy and expensive project failures.
The results of a new study comparing GSA Advantage to Amazon Business may be surprising in light of the recent legislative activity and discussions surrounding online acquisition options for government.
On this episode of CyberChat, host Sean Kelley, former EPA CISO, is joined by ICIT Fellows to discuss the changing cyber landscape of the U.S. and its impact on the political environment.
Dan Chenok and Jesse Samberg, IBM Center for the Business of Government, offer insights from a recent roundtable highlighting ways agencies can more quickly move to shared services.
All of the problems that are caused by governing by continuing resolution are still there.