Air Force funding maneuvers that saved some employees from furloughs and other fiscal stresses may have a hard time expanding as auditors want to see more proof of its effectiveness.
'We don't have to look far to know the process is broken,' one House critic declares.
General counsel discusses NSA surveillance, says new technology demands new thinking from the intelligence community.
Despite GSA's empbrace of the procurement technique, some lawmakers seek to restrict its use.
Legislation and a new GSA contract could bolster practices intended to amplify federal buying power.
Legislation to expand bulk buying expected on July 18, as FAS commissioner touts savings to date.
Can GSA's bulk-buying strategy really save the big dollars its supporters promise?
What are Congress-watchers telling contractors about the prospects for the fiscal 2014 budget?
The latest attempt at IT reform echoes the IT Management Reform Act, better known as Clinger-Cohen...so watch OMB’s reaction carefully.
Bill to centralize the process for suspending or debarring contractors unneeded, could create new problems, critics warn.
The assistant commissioner of integrated technology services clarifies GSA's role and plans for supporting agencies' move to the cloud.
Conference speakers outline the challenges, solutions for small firms in the federal contracting market as budgets shrink and projects grow more complex.