Former Rep. Jack Brooks (D-Texas) dominated IT procurement policy and oversight for decades.
The former OFPP administrator led the bipartisan effort during the Clinton administration to change the way the government acquired goods and services.
The GSA Schedules program is about to get some new limitations, official says.
OFPP's new leader gives agency officials six steps to increase contracts for businesses through multiple-award contracts.
Administration takes another stab at reshaping procurement to keep up with rapidly changing technology.
The committee says reverse auctions stimulate “aggressive competition” among vendors and lead to lower prices.
Currently, the Executive Compensation Benchmark is based on the median amount provided to senior executives in large U.S. corporations. One Senate commmittee says it's growing too much.
Apart from a couple of minor dips, the federal IT budget has been growing steadily for the past 25 years.
Auditors found that GSA had no strategy to determine the appropriate number of awards to issue on a blanket purchase agreement, promping action from the agency.
A senator takes her probe of employee bonuses governmentwide after learning that GSA paid more than $1 million to employees under investigation.
GSA's Inspector General has conducted pre-award audits on dozens of contracts and identified potential savings in the hundreds of millions.
A bid protest charged that VA officials didn’t comply with the law and regulations when awarding an emergency notification services contract.