As sequestration looms on the horizon, here are some ways government contractors can best prepare.
The FAR says that suspension and debarment are to be used only to protect the government, but the Labor Department is considering using them to penalize companies for disregarding Labor rules.
The board aims to keep track of the government's money by linking systems together.
Department officials wants to make payment processing easier for federal employees and federal contractors.
A proposed rule change intended to protect private-sector jobs could affect agency work, group fears.
DISA's recent contract award to Red River includes services similar those the company was once fined for failing to provide, but a key executive involved in the charges is no longer with the firm.
The Obama administration and a House committee are fighting over workforce development fund.
Small businesses received $91.5 billion in prime contracts last year, falling short of the percentage supposed to go to them.
Some experts question whether RFP-EZ is the right way to go about fixing the government’s IT procurement problems.
Delays in collecting and then distributing workforce-support money causes uncertainty about spending the money to aid the acquisition workforce.
The House Appropriations Committee has commended the IG with a $68 million budget for the coming year.
The fault though can lie with both the prime contractor and the agency, if there is a fault at all.