An objective grading process is a big part of what makes a capture management process repeatable.
The lack of transparency around task orders and RFIs is common across government and its time to do something about it.
There are now 200 companies standing behind Privacy Shield, the framework agreement allowing businesses to process the personal information of European Union citizens on servers in the U.S.
The Defense Department continues to be concerned about counterfeit parts making their way into weapons systems and virtually everything else it buys.
Small business owners and experts share their strategies on how to build a successful, lasting partnership with suppliers/vendors.
Under provisions of the recently enacted MEGABYTE Act, agency CIOs will need to create a comprehensive licensing policy to manage software inventories.
GSA’s industry day marking the first year of USSM touts shared services’ progress and future.
The director of the D.C. Department of General Services resigned and two top staffers were placed on administrative leave after a construction company that was a contributor to Mayor Muriel Bowser’s campaign lost two big District contracts, according to WAMU.
Almost 40 groups sent a letter to Congress asking it remove a FOIA exemption for DoD in the defense authorization bill.
In the wake of continued security problems, NASA’s CIO is sending a no-confidence signal to Hewlett Packard Enterprise, which received a $2.5 billion contract in 2011 to address problems with the agency’s outdated and insecure information technology infrastructure.