The Office of Management and Budget weighs in on contracting and grant pilots under the DATA Act.
Who are the winners and losers in President Donald Trump’s budget? Find out when Ray Bjorklund, president of Birch Grove Consulting, joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf, to discuss the president’s spending priorities and what they mean for the business of government. August 22, 2017
Mike Smoyer, president of the Digital Government Institute, Jim Bejoian, national government relations consultant for Ricoh, and David Blakenhor, chief technology officer at DLT, join host Mark Amtower for a wide ranging discussion of some of the big issues affecting government contractors. August 21, 2017
The Army’s RCO plans to deploy new electronic warfare systems in Europe, then Korea. A more reliable version of GPS is next on its list.
The Forest Service uses planes in wildfire suppression. The specs for one such plane landed the agency in the thicket of a protest.
Jonathan Aronie, partner at Sheppard Mullin LLP, joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss the impact of GSA Schedules program’s transactional data reporting requirements. August 15, 2017
Budget experts say it’s only prudent for federal contractors to start preparing now for a possible government shutdown on Oct. 1.
NASA’s Joanne Woytek explains how the SEWP program is taking steps to ensure that agencies buy through authorized resellers.
Sens. Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) and Tom Udall (D-N.M.) have filed an amendment to the NDAA bill that is the MGT Act.
What’s new at NASA SEWP? Find out when SEWP Program Manager Joanne Woytek joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center. August 14, 2017
The Energy Department’s Federal Energy Management Program 2017 Energy Exchange promises an opportunity to connect, collaborate and conserve.
Federal retirees can’t run out of money in retirement, but they can lose buying power big-time the longer they stay retired.
An investigation by Naval Sea Systems Command found employees at the nation’s largest Navy shipyard spent 12 years amassing weapons, vehicles and boats, building what amounted to an unauthorized police force.
The second ramming of a Navy ship this summer brings the total loss of life to 17 sailors.
More than 35,000 State Department employees voiced concerns to management about some of the changes being proposed under its agency reorganization.
A new sequestration update determined defense discretionary spending would need to be cut by $72.4 billion in fiscal 2018 based on the House appropriations bills.
After a year without a cost-of-living adjustment, federal and Social Security retirees may experience a slight pulse in the inflation catchup pipeline, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.
It’s good news for feds who won’t be facing a 188 percent premium hike in their long-term care insurance like Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.
A civilian Defense Department employee’s spouse asks why buyouts aren’t being offered more readily to the 77,000 federal employees who are ready to retire.
DHS’ migration to a unified workforce training and performance management system doesn’t meet the agency’s operational standards.
The authors of a new report for the National Infrastructure Advisory Council say their diagnosis of the federal government’s cyber problems is nothing new.
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