In war zones, contract personnel are often just getting familiar with their work when it's time to go home.
Agencies understand the importance of sharing information, but it still can be difficult to do well. Two new reports document some of the reasons.
One system frustrates an entire community of federal agencies and government contractors.
With a surplus on hand in the GSA Schedules program, the time may be ripe for restructuring the fees, according to GSA's leader.
GSA's CIO could gain considerable new influence under restructuring plan, acting administrator tells Senate panel.
Concerned that agencies are slow to adopt strategic sourcing approaches, administration officials are turning up the heat -- and hinting that a mandate may be coming.
IT contracting program director takes on a new role.
The outcome of the presidential election could herald a renewal of the insourcing/outsourcing debate.
After nearly 35 years of small-business contracting goals, it's worth asking how the set-asides are doing in delivering the intended results.
Agencies labor mightily to hit small-business contracting targets, but the emphasis on score cards overshadows some larger questions about set-asides.
Regulators want to change the rules for documenting contractor past performance, with an eye in particular to the treatment of subcontractors.
Data standards could protect taxpayers against deliberate fraud in federal contracting, argues an agency inspector general.