A bill inching closer to reality would phase out agency suspension/debarment offices.
The next major piece of procurement reform legislation has been significantly amended in recent weeks.
A new poll reveals that a majority of Americans are ok with the NSA tracking telephone calls, but fewer approve of email monitoring.
Should federal IT leaders have a seat at the budget table? Witnesses say yes, but caution that one approach does not fit all.
Procurement experts cut through the confusion surrounding governmentwide acquisition contracts.
The report could inadvertently impede efforts to keep agencies and contractors talking, some fear.
As much pain as Washington's budget clampdown is causing, it is also encouraging agencies to look harder for ways to economize.
GAO has upheld IBM's protest of the cloud-services contract that the CIA had awarded to Amazon.
The broker model is mutually beneficial for providers, agencies and taxpayers because it centralizes services and pricing.
After serving as Mr. Fix-it in the wake of a scandal, the GSA administrator is talking 10-year goals and preparing to drop the 'acting' from his title.
Cloud brokers can ease agencies' transition to the cloud and ensure that they reap the advantages of a dynamic marketplace.
Obama's opposition to House appropriations bills signals another long summer of contention over funding the government.