GSA guidelines don't carry the force of mandates, and GAO believes that the rules for electronic waste disposal needs the backing of an agency with enforcement powers.
Lawmakers wants a simpler acquisition process that helps defense employees and doesn't intimidate potential contractors.
ITES-2H becomes Army only vehicle so its life can be extended until a new award is made.
Department is re-evaluating whether the contractor gave the taxpayers the best value, as advised by GAO.
The Justice Department did not properly evaluate pricing, past performance and organizational conflict of interest allegations in its award of a recent $844K contract, audit concludes.
Agencies have come a long way on their journey to implement cloud services, but they're still focusing on the low-hanging fruit.
Legislation aimed at increasing contractor accountability draws criticism.
GSA has assembled a team to delve into problems with an effort to modernize and consolidate its universe of acquistion systems.
The Defense Department holds more open competitions when seeking services than when seeking products, audit finds.
The venerable federal conference has outlived its usefulness, its organizers say, and the time has come for something new.
Harold Babb faces prison time and will forfeit cash, properties and a Porsche to the government.
Did official sidestep best practices by ordering a halt?