As Congressional negotiations once again break down, OMB sends agencies more information on the ramifications of coming budget cuts.
The Army's Distributed Common Ground System came under scrutiny after leaked memos deemed it 'not suitable' and 'not survivable.'
Defense authorization bill includes new requirements for OMB and agencies to determine whether work should be performed in-housed or contracted to small businesses.
An Obama administration proposal would make an accelerated payments provision part of the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
Congress is attempting some procurement reform in the National Defense Authorization Act. We look at the most important measures.
Making strategic cuts could provide a softer landing from the fiscal cliff, but government's old habits suggest it will be difficult to accomplish.
Agency leaders identify the same concerns today as years ago, suggesting that proposed solutions so far have not worked.
As contractors brace for the impact of budget cuts, agencies also must recalibrate their expectations.
A watchdog group's audit of federal agencies reveals that a startling number have not followed directives issued by President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder to update Freedom of Information Act policies.
Performance.gov is getting overhauled to reflect the Office of Management and Budget's renewed efforts to make government more efficient, transparent and focus on goals and results.
BPA goes to 43 small businesses, provides tablet PCs, mobile products and other IT equipment.
The fiscal 2010 National Defense Authorization Act requires agencies to submit written justification for awarding sole-source contracts worth more than $20 million to 8(a) firms, but the rule necessary to implement the law was slow in coming.