For contractors in the middle, life can be tougher, says Paul Murphy, senior data analyst at Bloomberg Government.
NASA is using a special contracting system known as non-reimbursable space act agreements to obtain the latest in space technologies.
Alan Thomas, the commissioner of the General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service, promotes two executives.
General Services Administration Administrator-nominee Emily Murphy has a strong background in acquisition and GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service.
What is the state of government marketing? Find out when Lou Anne Brossman of Government Marketing University joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center. September 18, 2017
DHS needs to be more forthcoming with what it knows about the company.
Vendors are saying that a new bill would go far toward addressing some of the biggest failings of SBA’s HUBZone program.
DHS will host a third reverse industry day in October to further expand the discussion of how to get acquisition right.
Last week was filled with developments affecting federal contractors, including progress, if you can call it that, on the budget front and people moving closer to key administration positions.
David Greetham, vice president of eDiscovery Sales and Operations for Ricoh USA, discusses digital forensics, eDiscovery, recent changes in the Federal Rules of Evidence, and Ricoh’s pending FedRamp ready status. September 11, 2017
Federal contractors need not fear the future. There’s actually a lot for them to look forward to.
The House and Senate return from their August recess and face a long agenda, including Harvey assistance, the debt ceiling and the 2018 budget.
Bloomberg Government released its top 200 contractors for fiscal 2016 and found some interesting trends.
Booz Allen Hamilton’s Brian Abbe, Troy Abbot and Eric Billies join host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss the government’s growing use of unmanned systems. September 5, 2017