For contractors in the middle, life can be tougher, says Paul Murphy, senior data analyst at Bloomberg Government.
Opioids to asteroids: agencies, industry and academia trade knowledge, but not dollars.
Tens of thousands of feds are still working around the clock in six states in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey.
NASA is using a special contracting system known as non-reimbursable space act agreements to obtain the latest in space technologies.
The Army Corps of Engineers was part of the all-of-government response to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
The Uniformed Services University of the Health Services and West Virginia University are teaming up to take on opioid addiction.
The federal flood insurance program was already billions of dollars in the red before Hurricanes Harvey and Irma arrived.
A half dozen Interior Department appointees were negotiating private sector jobs toward the end of the Obama administration.
General Services Administration Administrator-nominee Emily Murphy has a strong background in acquisition and GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service.
Navy historians plan to survey the wreck of the USS San Diego, which sank in 1918. They hope to resolve the question of whether it was torpedoed by a German submarine.
Customs and Border Protection is testing a program to let anglers use a mobile app to communicate with the agency, saving everyone time and travel.
DHS needs to be more forthcoming with what it knows about the company.
The National Nuclear Security Administration has plans to build a new uranium processing facility and refurbish the existing ones, but the plans have missing pieces, according to the Government Accountability Office.
OPM’s National Background Investigative Bureau has a backlog of 700,000. Trey Hodgkins, senior vice president of the Information Technology Industry Council, says this is becoming a national security concern and Congress isn’t doing enough to cut it down.