The DATA Act digs deep into agencies’ conference spending with quarterly reports.
Obama's nominee for OFPP administration gets a hearing, but experts say getting the actual confirmation vote is too tough to call.
Obama administration fails in its effort to reduce contractor executive compensation in contracts.
When parties can’t agree on aspects of a contract, experts say call it a day.
Following GSA scandal, lawmakers continue proposals to bat down overspending by agenices on conferences.
GSA cancels Oracle's Schedule 70 contract for IT services, but offers few details on why.
DOD and the intelligence community use an acquisition process better suited to a bygone era, but efforts to move forward are gaining speed.
Agencies have been under an interim rule requiring them to justify many small-business sole-source awards. Now the rule has become final.
In an emerging 2.0 government, two officials at GSA took a chance on a new way to get government and industry to interact.
Rep. Sam Graves, whose Small Business Committee already approved eight small-business contracting reform bills, is asking for similar measures to appear in the fiscal 2013 National Defense Authorization Act.
The Veterans Affairs Department is leading the charge to improve procurement through better communication with industry.
Martha Johnson, who stepped down as GSA head when a report revealed spending abuses at an agency conference, expressed her regrets to a House panel, while another official implicated in the affair invoked his fifth amendment rights.