Sen. Susan Collins joins the chorus demanding GSA officials appear at a hearing regarding the now-infamous Western Regions conference, but some observers say Congress has gone too far.
Defense officials have fixed a few problems, but they aren't in the clear yet in gathering accurate data.
The Professional Services Council argues that government R&D should be subject to competition.
Tangherlini, acting head of GSA, says the over-the-top conference spending undermines of GSA's duty to save the government money.
IG's report of blatant overspending brings GSA officials to face lawmakers' questions at three congressional hearings.
The challenge of separating inherently governmental work from contractor-appropriate work bedevils DOD.
The relationships between agencies and contractors can be as delicate as those on television.
Fiscal pressures provide CIOs with an opportunity to prove their value, writes Alan Balutis.
Acquisition officials are missing the point if they don’t make time to collaborate and communicate, writes Peter Tuttle.
The Federal Protective Service has to do some hurry-up analysis to make a decision about the future of its risk management tool, according to a new report.
Martha Johnson, two other top GSA officials, out as IG details extravagant spending and rules violations connected to Western Regions conference.
Government and industry execs discuss successful acquisition strategies in wake of shrinking budgets.