A few good partners Air Force Information Technology Commodity Council aims to be a model of strategic sourcing
Government IT goes green A growing number of environmentally conscious federal IT programs try to achieve la vida verde
Shining a light on government spending
Lawmakers and watchdog groups foresee greater accountability for federal spending
Industry faults Dem contracting bill
Good leaders are critical to EA success
Editorial: Retention tension The Homeland Security Department's inability to keep key leaders is a sign that, five years after the terrorist attacks, DHS is an agency without a clear direction or focus
Welles: What’s after retirement?
LaForgia forges Army/industry ties
She earned a reputation for bringing both sides together to improve Army contracting
Walker urges management change
Tips for teamwork in an online world
Groups discover how collaboration software can boost productivity if used properly
NIST, Red Hat unveil commenting system
Regs and smarts moderate year-end buying
The frenzy is gone and soon the dollars will be, too
IG criticizes NASA noncompetitive acquisition
Lawmakers, SARA panel also target sole-source and other acquisition issues
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Steve Kelman digs deeper into the ways non-traditional contractors are changing the federal IT community.
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The intelligence community's top IT official said that DOD is "where we were five years ago" when the CIA opted to pursue a single vendor, single cloud solution.
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