On this edition of Columbia Technology Partner’s Ready to Prime, Allen Scott discusses the contracting landscape with two people who know it very well.
Organization, accountability and a willingness to partner with industry are necessary to improving federal IT acquisition.
President Donald Trump is naming Jared Kushner, the assistant to the President and his son-in-law, to lead the new Office of American Innovation.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said the resolution is part of a package, signed by President Donald Trump, to “roll back job killing rules.”
The General Services Administration will create a new special item number under Schedule 70 for approved products under the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program as part of the effort to add flexibility to the initiative.
Robin Camarote, the co-founder of Federal MicroConsulting, offers some advice for how industry partners can ensure they are helping agencies most effectively.
The Air Force Digital Service is trying to keep the Air Force from making software mistakes before they happen.
What happens when a government contractor employee calls out to the government suspected wrongdoing by his or her company? That’s the topic of an ongoing pilot program launched in 2013. Marie Mak, director of acquisition and sourcing management at the Government Accountability Office, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin how that program is working out.
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.
Hillary Hartley, the deputy executive director and creative director of GSA’s 18F organization, is leaving in early April, while former 18F co-founder Aaron Snow has found a new home.
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.
Small businesses growing more worried about the impact of category management on their opportunities to compete for contracts. OFPP required each category manager to submit a plan for how they will address those concerns.
The Coalition for Government Procurement says its imperative to reform GSA’s Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) program.