It's hard to package professional services into high-volume orders, yet procurement experts are exploring the question of what strategic sourcing for services would look like.
Agencies are often failing to conduct a full public comment process when considering new rules, GAO finds.
Thomas Sharpe, who is taking the corner office at GSA's Federal Acquisition Service, has been on the other side of the fence for years.
If there's a bright side to tightening budgets, it's in the increased motivation among agencies to look for opportunities to share.
Despite the government's budget austerity expectations, the Air Force anticipates hiring hundreds of cyber specialists in the near future.
Resuming an effort he started last year, Darrell Issa is pushing legislation centered on improvements to technology acquisition.
Change in contract threshold allows agencies to consider more contracts for set-aside.
As the confluence of circumstances that comprise the 'fiscal cliff' come closer to reality, the Joint Chiefs of Staff warn of creating a 'hollow force' and urge Congress to act before it's too late.
Across-the-board cuts on March 1 would hit Congress as well -- though one key line item would remain untouched.
Hewlett-Packard shares its mobile-device policy with government-industry working group.
McAfee warns: New adversaries aim 'not to annoy you but to cripple you.'
With congressional action unclear, Jeffrey Zients urges “intensified efforts” to plan for reduced budgetary resources.