Congress holds off on cutting agencies from DoD’s fourth estate.
NGEN program officials are meeting with Defense acquisition bosses this week, anticipating approvals for a final solicitation on July 31.
Getting cloud to some of the most dangerous and remote areas is no easy task.
The Office of Personnel Management is putting a team in place to figure out how to move key services such as HR Solutions to GSA.
The housing stipend and reduction in housing allowance provisions are the hardest to implement and have the most sweeping impact.
With new OTA for information warfare, the Navy hopes to quickly push its cyber demands to industry, but also get answers to questions it hadn’t thought to ask.
Angela Styles, partner at Bracewell LLP, Jonathan Aronie, partner at Sheppard Mullin LLP, and Jon Etherton, president of Etherton & Associates, Inc., join host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss the GSA’s Section 846 Implementation Plan. July 17, 2018
The Defense Department spent nearly $21 billion on OTAs in the past three years, but who is bringing home the bacon?
The Pentagon says it’s upholding the original intent of the Post 9/11 G.I. Bill by insisting that a key component of the bill is not an entitlement, and only a retention incentive.
New Pentagon guidance lets contracting officers make awards based on informal peer reviews of commercial vendors’ wares, instead of head-to-head competitions
The last time anyone saw war bonds at the Post Office was back in Korean War days. But today the U.S. relies more on private and foreign borrowing to pay for its wars.
The Veteran Affairs Department has been told it can help stem the rise in veteran suicides by speeding the hiring process for mental health workers.
President Donald Trump has jumped onto the idea of a Space Force as a new and separate branch of the armed services.
Andrei Barysevich, director of Advanced Collection at Recorded Future, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for the details on the cyber mistake.