Professional services vehicle aims to complement GSA schedules for cross-government demands.
Lawmakers question VA's small-business setup
After a week of suspended operations, NASA's Mars rover is back to investigating the secrets of the Red Planet
DOD needs a shift in its priorities to effectively plan for America's changing role in the world, experts say.
John Gingrich has announced plans to leave the agency by March 31 after decades in public service.
E-mail made paper mail seem like old hat years ago, but the U.S. Postal Service is operating on the cutting edge of technology, behind the scenes.
Air Force contracting officers have not consistently followed the rules for issuing solicitations for risky cost-reimbursement contracts.
Although Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel recently directed Defense Department officials to reevaluate the military's most important goals in light of reduced resources, the department remains obligated to a number of things, and negotiating them will require tactical leadership.
The officially-unconfirmed contract between the CIA and Amazon has led to an upsurge of interest in the spy agency's strategy.
The Office of Federal Procurement Policy and the General Services Administration pledge to strengthen their cooperation and commitment to the Federal Acquisition Institute.
Civilian DOD employees fearing furlough notices will have to wait a little longer as officials watch the progress of a funding bill.
Sylvia Mathews Burwell, President Barack Obama’s pick to head the Office of Management and Budget, is expected to be easily confirmed. That may be the last easy thing about the job.