The Defense Department spent nearly $21 billion on OTAs in the past three years, but who is bringing home the bacon?
The Affordable Care Act set up complicated relationships between health insurance providers and the Health and Human Services Department.
The Defense Innovation Board, tasked by Congress with finding ways to lower DoD’s software acquisition costs and speed projects up, says the department needs to begin by asking different questions of its development teams.
The Defense Department’s chief information officer says cloud adoption is too important to mess up.
The Defense Information Systems Agency used an Other Transaction Agreement to perform the work, so its scope is unclear. And at least for now, so is the winning firm’s identity.
Now that the fourth quarter of the federal budget year has begun, federal contracting expert Larry Allen says assisted acquisition services, speed and knowing when to let projects go are critical.
What are the latest developments in government procurement? Find out when Bill Gormley, president of the Gormley Group joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf. July 10, 2018
What are the chances of a government shutdown in fiscal year 2019? Find out when Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center. July 9, 2018
Section 814 of the Senate’s recently passed defense spending bill seeks to modify the limitations on certain single award task and delivery order contracts.
Scott Schlimmer, co-founder of Cybersaint Security, and Bill Brennan, senior director of cyber business enablement at Leidos, explain why contractors could risk losing their contracts if they don’t comply.
A congressional advisory panel says lawmakers have provided numerous ways for DoD to speed up its hiring of acquisition professionals. In fact, they may be too numerous.