The Army is making its number one priority long range precision fires with 10x capability.
GSA, OMB held a listening session for federal employees, contractors to begin to develop an implementation plan for an e-commerce portal.
Mike Hermus and Jeanne Etzel are leaving as the Homeland Security Department’s CTO and senior IT adviser, respectively.
Section 846 establishes a framework for the implementation and use of e-commerce portals across the government for the acquisition of certain commercial off-the-shelf items.
Federal News Radio Executive Editor Jason Miller, Washington Technology Editor-in-Chief Nick Wakeman and Lohfeld Consulting Group Founder & CEO Bob Lohfeld join host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss some of 2017’s top contracting stories and what’s ahead for companies in 2018. January 15, 2017
The Navy has a few tricks up its sleeve to award contracts in a time when new starts aren’t allowed.
Two vendors expanded the scope of the bid protests of GSA’s $50 billion IT services multiple award contract by going to federal court.
News about DoD’s Common Access Card, IT modernization and cybersecurity were the most popular notebook items last year.
What were the top contracting stories in 2017? What’s ahead in 2018? Find out when Federal News Radio Executive Editor Jason Miller, Washington Technology Editor-in-Chief Nick Wakeman and Lohfeld Consulting Group Founder & CEO Bob Lohfeld join host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center. January 8, 2017
Angela Styles, former administrator for Federal Procurement Policy, discussed how new changes in acquisition rules will give contracting officers more flexibility, while helping small business get a bigger piece of the federal spending pie.
Brad Gandee, the vice president for product marketing and management at GigaTrust, offers the industry some ideas for how best to meet DoD’s data requirements.
Sometimes it’s easy to forget the government can terminate any contract at any time for convenience.
Joe Stuntz, a former policy lead for the OMB’s cyber and national security unit, said the future of identity management lies in multiple factors to prove one’s identity.
A congressionally-mandated study finds that although there has been an uptick in bid protests in recent years, no evidence exists that companies are filing them willy-nilly.