Top officials in two military branches say a yearlong continuing resolution would stop civilian hiring and flying hours.
A Defense Business Board report remains a thorn in DoD’s side, even as the agency stands to get an additional $54 billion in spending for fiscal 2018.
Deidre Lee, chair of the Section 809 Acquisition Advisory Panel, joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss the panel’s mission and agenda for its ongoing review of DoD acquisition. March 21, 2017
The Air Force Digital Service is trying to keep the Air Force from making software mistakes before they happen.
The Defense innovation unit on the West Coast hasn’t shut it doors with the change in administration. But there’s a danger in all of this innovation when it comes to procurement and treatment. Dave Wennergren, executive vice president of the Professional Services Council, shares his insight on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has been sitting on bids from three vendors for a $40 million systems integration contract for more than nine months without any real updates, and now three lawmakers are asking why.
The General Services Administration and the Homeland Security Department released the first of what’s expected to be two requests for information seeking insights into how to make the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program more reactive to the burgeoning cyber market.
Tim Hurlebaus, president of CGI Federal, joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss key trends shaping the federal IT and services marketplace. March 14, 2017
The six-year closure of Schedule 75 is impacting long-standing GSA industry partners whose contracts are expiring with no opportunity to submit a new offer to maintain contract coverage.
The General Services Administration is loaning out Norman Dong, commissioner of the Public Buildings Service (PBS), to the private sector. Dong’s departure leaves a vacancy in GSA’s top leadership, as the agency works to plan a new FBI headquarters and answer questions regarding conflicts of interest around the Trump International Hotel.
NASA has just awarded $17 million in contracts to eight companies that it thinks are on the verge of coming up with game-changing technologies for the future of commercial space flight. Stephen Jurczyk, the associate administrator for the Space Technology Mission Directorate, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin the agency targeted the contracts to firms with what it calls “tipping point” technologies — those that need a small funding boost to bring their systems to market.
What are the opportunites and challenges facing the transition’s new procurement leadership team? Find out this week when Gormley Group President Bill Gormley joins host Roger Waldron on Off the Shelf. February 28, 2017
On Federal Drive with Tom Temin, Federal News Radio’s Eric White checked in with Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners, for some predictions about the effect of the White House’s so-called skinny budget on contracting.
President Donald Trump and members of Congress have stressed the importance of improving government information technology. The questions is whether their proposed budgets match their enthusiasm. Forrester Research provides some new forecasts for technology spending. For highlights, Federal News Radio’s Eric White spoke with Forrester research analyst Andrew Bartels on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The Army put out a request for information (RFI) looking for vendors who could provide services to find, monitor and remove impostor social media accounts.