Bid protests may be a necessary way for companies to stand up for their interests, but they also can be a tactic to game the system, according to some analysts.
Contests offer an attractive alternative to traditional procurements in some situations, bringing innovative solutions to agencies to attack unusual problems, writes Steve Kelman.
How the federal deficit grew so big, why it is actually shrinking and whether a deal can bring it under control.
NASA's plans to move to a content management system with open source architecture would govern 140 websites and 1,600 assets and applications.
The Industrial Funding Fee could support programs beyond the Multiple Award Schedules, GSA officials say.
Does the deal to sidestep the fiscal cliff save money or cost? The answer depends on how you count.
The last-minute agreement that averted the imminent threat of sweeping budget cuts provides no roadmap for the way forward.
Congress acts on Jan. 1 to preserve tax cuts, delay across-the-board budget cuts.
The General Services Administration met its self-imposed year-end deadline to begin approving cloud providers.
Andy Greenberg, the author of 'This Machine Kills Secrets,' explains why agencies need to encourage whistleblowing to avoid another WikiLeaks-scale incident.
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