Lured by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, the Baltimore Cyber Range has helped the city become a center for cybersecurity training.
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.
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.
Adding Other Direct Costs to the Professional Services Schedule would increase opportunities for agencies to achieve comprehensive services solutions.
Experts from REI Systems detail three hurdles to avoid when moving to an agile methodology.
The General Services Administration is seeing slow, steady growth for its Human Capital and Training Solutions governmentwide contract.
Acquisition and cyber experts say the government’s decision to remove Kaspersky Lab from the GSA schedule and a continued push by lawmakers to ban the technology is highly unusual and could create a trade war.
Now that GSA awarded the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) telecommunications contract, agencies have just over three years to move from the current Networx contract.
Attorney and government contracts expert Jonathan Aronie of Sheppard Mullins, joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center, for a wide ranging discussion of Section 801 of the Defense Authorization bill, the future of GSA schedules, and bid protests. August 7, 2017
The U.S. Court of Appeals for Federal Claims ruled the Army went too far in trying to be fair to bidders on a recent recompete contract.