Although Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel recently directed Defense Department officials to reevaluate the military's most important goals in light of reduced resources, the department remains obligated to a number of things, and negotiating them will require tactical leadership.
Air Force contracting officers have not consistently followed the rules for issuing solicitations for risky cost-reimbursement contracts.
The Office of Federal Procurement Policy and the General Services Administration pledge to strengthen their cooperation and commitment to the Federal Acquisition Institute.
Civilian DOD employees fearing furlough notices will have to wait a little longer as officials watch the progress of a funding bill.
Consolidation pays off, but it's wise to take the long view on savings, say those in the trenches.
Oversight hearing explores agency savings and agile development efforts, urges more attention to delays and overruns.
Sylvia Mathews Burwell, President Barack Obama’s pick to head the Office of Management and Budget, is expected to be easily confirmed. That may be the last easy thing about the job.
The proposed new position would add to the growing ranks of agency CDOs as feds seek the expertise to manage big data.
Legislation would clarify and expand investigative powers.
The furloughs do not apply to military personnel, but budget cuts are across the board.
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