A program intended to speed up the acquisition of technology is falling behind schedule, according to reports.
Follow-up questions on VA's conference costs include a basic one: Just how much did VA spend?
Do agencies have too much to deal with already to do justice to OMB's latest performance management revisions?
The acting GSA administrator has been applauded for his aggressive review of agency spending. But can he bring lasting change?
The Obama administration is trying to change some wording in the acquisition rules make it easier to set aside R&D solicitations.
Contractors say they could fulfill their duties more efficiently and save the government money if security clearances were accepted more broadly.
There have been so many responses to a recent RFI that GSA has extended the deadline to allow for more, agency says.
Conventional wisdom holds that federal budget cuts lead to less spending on contracts and, therefore, to job declines. Is that really true?
As inevitable budget cuts come nearer, market research firm attempts to predict just where spending will fall the most.
Agency's purchasing strategies have lowered prices and allowed the government more flexibility when employees book flights, as work begins on the second iteration of GSA's electronic air travel management system.
Frustrated by learning of IG investigations late in the game, Rep. Darrell Issa tells agency auditors to move more quickly in keeping Congressional overseers informed.
Although GSA said its new System for Award Management system is ready, users were still experiencing trouble.