Could restrictions on buying IT from China prove "highly disruptive" to agencies?
Memo also outlines new rules about employee bonuses and advises careful decision-making.
DOD needs flexibility and budget certainty to address acquisition, personnel, and overhead costs in smart ways, but is going to have to do its best without them.
Work for an agency that did great things with acquisition? You might want to consider it for the Myth-busting Award.
Newly-appointed Secretary of Defense vows to confront the major factors responsible for the department's spending growth.
As DOD determines rules of cyber engagement, a NATO-commissioned manual offers guidance of a different sort.
OMB has picked 480 employees to take unpaid time off.
Restriction on four agencies could affect trade relations, Ministry of Commerce official warns.
Announcement reflects congressional concerns over cybersecurity and Chinese espionage.
GAO finds more than 30 percent of Pentagon spending went to non-competitive awards in fiscal 2012.
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