The Defense Department says it wants to begin a new era of open communications with industry, seeking input to improve defense acquisitions.
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The proposed rule should be out for public comment in the next 30-60 days.
Other Transaction Authority contracts are gaining popularity in the Pentagon and military services.
The Chamber of Commerce says the office is more interested in headlines and fat payouts than in correcting business practices of federal contractors.
Emily Murphy, the nominee to be the next administrator of the General Services Administration, received broad support from both sides of the aisle.
The Air Force is creating a blanket charter based on its RCO that will help acquisition programs move faster.
The ruling only addresses the year-long contract, not the most recent short-term bridge contract between Equifax and IRS.
Few contractors can afford to ignore the yearly priorities spelled out by the General Services Administration.
Cyber attacks travel at the speed of light and nothing the military has can keep up, least of all the acquisition process.
The market research firm Deltek found the small business sector has seen significant reductions over the last seven years.
The Defense Department and Army are changing the way they hire and train acquisition professionals.
Short of protesting a contract award to a competitor, there’s nothing a contractor can do when it gets a bad performance rating.
As the Defense Department plans to split its acquisition office, it’s planning on using existing authorities to take a bite out of contracting time.