The Navy is confident that the successor to the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet is sound, but its short span and emphasis on cost worry some observers.
Agencies have been reimbursing companies for executive compensation since the Clinton administration. What started as an effort to persuade contractors to stick with the federal market during a time of private-sector economic boom has continued and the cap on the amount paid has risen inexorably, leading to an increasingly loud clamor for reform.
DOD's two-year-old cyberspace strategy is due for an update, general says.
Letter from industry groups to the FAS commissioner warns that inspector general report could 'have a chilling effect' on managers' role in GSA Schedules.
Tardiness continues to plague DOD's performance reporting, but the percentage of reports filed has risen significantly since 2011.
As government services and information become available around the clock, privacy and security become increasingly pervasive challenges. This excerpt from the IBM Center for the Business of Government's new report on 'Fast Government' explains how to identify and manage those risks.
Two new GSA BPAs are designed to create opportunities for small firms teamed with bigger partners.
The IRS's Gregory Roseman invoked his Fifth Amendment rights in the face of congressional questioning about work given to a business that claimed HUBZone status -- since revoked -- and service-disabled veteran-owned preference based on the owner's 1984 sports injury.
Contracts based on energy savings could aid the optimization of data centers, but the OMB put a hold on the first such effort was to begin, raising senator's concerns.
Few IT budgets are larger — or more important — than the one Julie Boughn helps oversee at the Department of Health and Human Services’ Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
As the Obama administration's point person for federal procurement reform, Newhart is charged with making sure the government has the best possible workers on the front lines of government acquisition.
A new bill would tie contractor salary reimbursements to the vice president's salary, a proposal that raises the ire of some contractor advocates.