A group of organizations, including labor unions and government watchdog groups, are asking Congress to reduce the cap on salary compensation that agencies pay to contractors.
The chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is expected to introduce legislation in January that would likely enhance the CIO role, address strategic sourcing and improve acquisition workforce training.
In an era of formidable challenges, America needs formidable, and novel, approaches to address them.
GSA's acting administrator would like to see the agency develop a DARPA-like 'heart and soul of innovation,' but experts warn that it would require a high tolerance for risk and failure.
The Defense Department, beset by flat spending and budget cuts, leads the way in dampening industry group's market outlook.
The US CTO is one of several goverment innovators writing about the intersection of technology and government in a book from the McKinsey Center for Government.
Defense procurement officials have added a clause to their contracts to get prime contractors to pay their small subcontractors faster, an effort the Obama administration is pushing.
Senator's assessment of government waste includes taxpayer-funded mobile phones and obsolete GSA schedules.
A House Democrat sought to recall the House to address the looming specter of sequestration, to no avail.
SEC's IG reports several problems in the agency's records management program, but the agency says the auditors are downplaying recent improvements.
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The Small Business Administration honored GSA for its success in awarding contracts to small firms in various categories.