Some say the General Services Administration has the wrong number when it comes to assessing agencies’ speed in moving to the Networx telecom program.
As lawmakers passed the defense appropriations bill in the late hours of July 19, they put new scrutiny on the department's spending and cut the actual amount appropriated.
As cloud computing continues to challenge traditional procurement processes, GSA is on the lookout for new ideas.
Dan Tangherlini is taking some bold steps at GSA, pushing to improve the agency with tougher oversight and an eye on every penny spent. Does his temporary status jeopardize his chances of making a lasting change?
Some changes to contracting could save the government a substantial amount of money -- if GSA is right about the potential of a planned new set of contracts called OASIS.
FedBid names new officer to leads its efforts in its expanding marketplace.
New OFPP Administrator Joe Jordan talks about making the most of the government's buying power and how to provide cutting-edge solutions for agencies while still maintaining oversight.
Columnist Steve Kelman wonders whether agencies might be justified in spending money on lavish conferences.
The DOD disputes a prediction that it will overspend its budget over the next five years, but calls for Congress to allow it more freedom to take cost-cutting measures.
Unraveling a bureaucracy built on suspicion could be part of the cure for DOD's ills, study suggests.
OMB is asking agencies to report on their progress at speeding up payments.
The Obama administration uses federal contracts to get money to small subcontractors faster.