Steve Kelman is disappointed in an attack on federal procurement competitions from a source he never would have expected.
Steve Kelman found the opening sessions of the National Contract Management Association World Conference to be 'whining and self-serving'
The departure of federal CIO Vivek Kundra puts continuity in the spotlight, writes Steve Kelman.
FCW cartoonist John Klossner recounts his adventure trying to make a joke about a very grim topic.
Steve Kelman traces continuity of management approaches through three presidential administrations.
How can contracting officers think about ways to make more creative and cost-effective acquisitions when just following the rules is a full-time job?
A recent report from the Wartime Contracting Commission reminds Steve Kelman of his regret over a decision he made in the 1990s.
The government purchase card has made procuring low-cost items much easier, but there are ways the program could be improved, writes Steve Kelman.
Many agencies spent last week preparing for a shutdown and now have to undo their preparations -- or maybe hold off a few days. Tell us about your experience.
Steve Kelman advises FedBid on how to enhance the value of its reverse auction service.
FCW will continue delivering timely information to our readers, even if the government shuts down.
Steve Kelman and a group of contracting official present a number of ideas that could be used elsewhere in the government.
Blogger Steve Kelman says the current budget environment gives agencies all the more reason to consider share-in-savings procurements.
A well-meaning lawmaker might be reading too much into government-industry interactions, writes blogger John Klossner.
Columnist Steve Kelman suggests that the government should implement technology to allow quick and easy feedback.
Save the date for 28th annual Federal 100 Awards Gala.
March 30, 2017
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