The NDIA sponsors the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference to give SOCOM face-time with members of the defense industry to discuss gaps in capabilities and how industry can best fill them.
Michael Beckerman, the president and CEO of the Internet Association, makes the case for why agencies should adopt commercial cloud services.
Chris Howard, the vice president of federal sales for Nutanix, explains why a multi-cloud environment for the military makes more sense.
Three different events show how lawmakers and vendors are getting more involved in the ongoing contest around JEDI.
The General Services Administration’s System for Award Management still is recovering from a second fraud incident in the last three years.
This week, the Coalition for Government Procurement hosted a forum entitled, “The $50 Billion e-Commerce Question: Section 846 Implementation Plan — Next Steps.”
Concerns about the technology supply chain are growing are gaining more attention from legislative and regulatory perspectives.
GSA began alerting vendors on March 22 after it found a third-party changed the financial information of “a limited number” of contractors registered on the SAM.gov portal.
The Alliance for Digital Innovation is expected to launch this week with a goal of promoting adoption of commercial technologies in the federal sector.
Dan Keefe, the president and COO of ManTech’s Mission Solutions and Services Group, said agencies are more interested than ever on how to save money and modernize IT.
Eric Crusius, a partner with Holland & Knight law firm, details why the Section 809 panel shouldn’t tinker too much with bid protest rules.
The General Services Administration has chosen five companies for the first phase of its Centers of Excellence IT modernization initiative at USDA.
Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners gives his thoughts on a wide range of contracting issues including the latest from the Small Business Administration on size and status re-certifications and the use of OTAs in DoD. March 12, 2018
State Department will begin including a clause in contracts to ensure that vendors are explicitly informed up front of requirements for contractor cooperation with its Office of Inspector General.