GSA, OMB held a listening session for federal employees, contractors to begin to develop an implementation plan for an e-commerce portal.
Two vendors expanded the scope of the bid protests of GSA’s $50 billion IT services multiple award contract by going to federal court.
Brad Gandee, the vice president for product marketing and management at GigaTrust, offers the industry some ideas for how best to meet DoD’s data requirements.
GSA released five RFQs for phase 1 of the IT modernization Centers of Excellence initiative.
Kaspersky Lab filed a motion in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia under the Administrative Procedure Act.
A new analysis of DoD contract data shows serious impacts across the Defense industrial base because of spending cuts, including indications that thousands of firms exited the industry entirely.
Jim FitzGibbon, CEO of SDG America, joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss how he uses LinkedIn in his consulting business. December 18 & 25, 2017
Ronda Kent, of the Treasury’s Bureau of Fiscal Service, said agencies and vendors alike are benefiting from the centralized management of federal invoices.
New data from Bloomberg Government shows agencies spent more than $1.8 billion on cloud services last year.
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
If you decide to protest, don’t try to keep details of the performance reviews from the court. The judges don’t like that.
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.
In a special report, “Is splitting the security clearance process destined for failure?” Federal News Radio explores how a small provision in the 2018 defense authorization bill could have major repercussions on the background investigations backlog and could put the future of the National Background Investigations Bureau in question.