Agencies labor mightily to hit small-business contracting targets, but the emphasis on score cards overshadows some larger questions about set-asides.
GSA's conference scandal was just the start. Now a dozen agencies are being asked to defend their spending on conferences.
Federal mobility efforts are advancing fast, but discussions keep coming back to unresolved security issues. ATF's Rick Holgate suggests that agencies are making progress.
Purchase agreements went to 17 companies, four of which are small businesses.
Acting Administrator Dan Tangherlini promises more savings yet to come in his quest to curb waste.
The agencies award a $2.6 billion contract as part of the Future Commercial Satellite Communications Services Acquisition program.
After being chastised for squandering money on various occasions, the agency taps its employees to get the best ideas on how to reduce costs and cut waste.
The General Services Administration takes another step to foster dialog on an idea for better cloud service provision.
The federal social media database takes the guessing out of which accounts belong to government agencies.
A former GSA executive, forced out of the agency in the wake of the conference spending scandal, wants his case reviewed.
Unchanging travel spending rate aligns with acting administrator's ongoing agency review.
The acting GSA administrator has been applauded for his aggressive review of agency spending. But can he bring lasting change?