In part 2 of his column about category management, IBM’s Tim Wood details how agencies can get started.
Tim Wood, vice president and partner for the Supply Chain Management Practice, IBM Global Business Services, details how agencies can take advantage of the concept of cognitive category management to save money and drive efficiencies.
The House Armed Services Committee is set to begin its annual marathon session marking up the Defense authorization bill today. The initial draft includes more than 60 provisions dealing with acquisition, including one telling DoD to buy commercial products from online “marketplaces” like Amazon.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is hard at work on the next generation of mobile, secure computing for the Defense Department. And it’s up to some heavy contracting activity.
Contracting trends will likely continue into the next fiscal year. The only difference will be which agencies are spending the money.
President Donald Trump’s pick to run the Central Intelligence Agency’s legal department earned bipartisan support on Wednesday after promising to address the cybersecurity concerns voiced by the intelligence community’s leadership.
When incumbent services contractors see a recompetition coming, it often sets off their “spidey sense.” But there are limits to how much a contractor can control the solicitation put out by the agency for which it’s working. Procurement attorney Joseph Petrillo of Petrillo and Powell shares a recent case in point on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Roger Waldron, president of the Coalition for Government Procurement, applauds the Trump administration’s intent but questions its approach to reigning in contract duplication.
Hinge Marketing’s Lee Frederiksen joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss the new Hinge study: “2017 Government Services Research: Marketing & Growth Insights”. April 17, 2017
A new analysis of government data shows that 2016 may have been the low ebb of Defense contract spending, following six years of steady declines.
Health care legislation may be in shambles. There’s no sign of a budget for 2017, much less 2018. But Congress is making progress with a bundle of bills aimed at improving procurement at the Homeland Security Department. Sam Skolnik, contracts reporter at Bloomberg BNA, joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin for a roundup.
Ann-Marie Johnson sat down with Women of Washington hosts Aileen Black and Gigi Schumm to share her journey towards becoming an executive in the federal IT sector.
Darryl Wiggins, president and CEO of Document Managers, talks to Columbia Technology Partners Ready to Prime about laying the path to successful government contracting.
Roger Waldron, president of the Coalition for Government Procurement, sets forth the following recommendations to make the MAS program great again.
The Defense Department is adopting a new reporting system to ensure program and project cost data is more efficient for both the department and for industry partners.