The VA Acquisition Academy's Lisa Doyle created the Warriors to Workforce program to train wounded veterans to become acquisition professionals.
Lawmakers urge DOD to avoid placing caps on department employees that contractors don't have to also abide by.
DOD has proposed changes to acquisition rules that may drastically impact the federal marketplace.
Once the dust settles, the hard work will begin to build a stronger, more customer-focused agency.
Updated guidelines on reverse auctions require contracting officers to show how they benefit the agency's bottom line.
Industry groups want agencies to have discretion and the authority to manage its acquisition as it sees best.
Two senior Democratic members of the House committee ask for field hearing to look at IT, acquisition priorities, but Rep. Darrell Issa has strong words for them.
Rep. Jeff Denham's call to dismantle GSA meets skepticism and opposition in the acquisition community.
DOD is taking a multi-faceted approach to overhauling the way it buys goods and services in the face of dwindling funds.
A House committee approves a bill that would ban agencies from requiring political contribution infromation in contract bids.
Jan Frye says reverse auctions seem to have allowed contracting officers to take a lax approach to their work.
The chairman of an oversight subcommittee argues that other agencies or the private sector might be able to do GSA's job better.