The Senate passed a budget for the first time in four years, but the battle for 2014 isn't over.
The Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996 is widely recognized as a watershed moment in federal IT procurement legislation, and several bills since then have shaped the system further. Where does the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act, now under consideration in Congress, fit into the big picture?
Air Force contracting officers have not consistently followed the rules for issuing solicitations for risky cost-reimbursement contracts.
Although Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel recently directed Defense Department officials to reevaluate the military's most important goals in light of reduced resources, the department remains obligated to a number of things, and negotiating them will require tactical leadership.
With the continuing resolution to avert a government shutdown passed, lawmakers set their sights further out.
The officially-unconfirmed contract between the CIA and Amazon has led to an upsurge of interest in the spy agency's strategy.
Civilian DOD employees fearing furlough notices will have to wait a little longer as officials watch the progress of a funding bill.
A fast-moving afternoon session led to passage of a bill that will prevent a government shutdown.
Despite complaints from advocacy groups that they've had too little time to review new provisions, the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act has cleared its first hurdle.
The furloughs do not apply to military personnel, but budget cuts are across the board.
Top Pentagon officials will reassess military priorities in light of sequestration.
Joint hearing turns combative as political parties square off.