Five unsuccessful bidders submitted protests to GAO over being left off of the Alliant 2 governmentwide contract.
Helene Johnson, principal at Bid2Win Consulting, joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss capture strategy, business development and how to win contracts with the federal government. November 27, 2017
The A2 contract is a follow-on to the $50 billion Alliant GWAC that expires in April 2019.
How can shared services increase efficiency and save money at your agency? Find out when Mike Pullen, vice president for Strategic Operations at CGI Federal joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf. November 21, 2017
The General Services Administration is experimenting with blockchain to make it easier for vendors on the Schedule 70 IT program to establish contracts through automation.
House Science, Space and Technology Committee members learned that NASA, DoD do not have Kaspersky products on their networks.
The Government Accountability Office released its first mandated report on data quality and use under the DATA Act.
What is the state of government contracting? Find out when Bloomberg Government’s Cameron Leuthy and Dan Snyder join host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center. November 5, 2017
FEMA started rolling together contracts in support of disasters before they happen so they don’t waste valuable response time negotiating.
Jon Johnson, the director of GSA’s enterprise mobility program, said the MSCT now is looking at total cost of ownership for mobile devices and services.
For the first time in U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services history, employees will all be under one roof — in about three years.
The Government Accountability Office plans to start assessing a fee for vendors filing complaints in March 2018.
The General Services Administration awarded 70 veteran-owned small businesses a spot on a governmentwide IT services contract.
Indefinite-delivery, indefinite quantity contracts with multiple contractors are supposed to make competition easier. Sometimes the opposite happens.