There are ways to still avoid across-the-board cuts at agencies, but the politics are daunting.
Some rethinking of contract stratgies may be one of the keys to surviving sequestration says law professor Charles Tiefer.
State of the Union address also touches on impending budget cuts.
The incumbent vendor, who lost the latest competition, has withdrawn a protest that had threatened to stop the space agency's efforts to move to an open-source content management system.
A law that took effect in 2011 requires written justification for sole-source contracts when they're worth more than $20 million. Why is DOD finding that a hard rule to follow?
Darrell Issa would like to change the way the government decides to bar some companies from contract eligibility.
Government contractors will bear the brunt of budget cuts fallout, says Sen. Mark Warner.
Most agency appointees come in planning to shape policy, and quickly find it's not as easy as they had hoped.
Agencies are failing in a big way to properly report spending information to USASpending.gov, the site intended to maintain transparency for the public.
The budget squeeze coupled with a bill to change the small-business targets add up to a challenge for contracting officers.
Simply cutting funds from operations won't lead to greater efficiency, experts caution.
Integrity of agency certifications to be a focal point for a small-business working group.