The Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 contract will provide support for enterprise architectures across government.
After just five months of vacancy, OFPP has a new leader.
The Senate's defense bill is $3 billion more than the president's request and doesn't account for the budget cuts of sequestration.
The infamous Western Regions Conference brings down another senior GSA official.
Congress aims for higher overall small-business contracting goals, even as administration officials consider them "unrealistic."
Will a wide-scale strategy for buying smart phones help the government become more collaborative and efficient?
The two sides have polar opposite views of Networx, and one side's hopes may be in vain.
After questioning headquarters officials in Washington, senators are taking their inquiries directly to the regions.
The bill still must get past Obama's veto pen.
Inspector general report uncovers rash of contract problems at Veterans Affairs Department.
The National Defense Authorization Act contains a number of troubling provisions, including an increased top-line budget, constraints on defense strategies, and a limited ability to cut resources where officials see fit, according to the administration.
Despite some points of controversy, OFPP nominee has cleared a hurdle on the path to confirmation.