The General Services Administration issued a request for information on the future of entity identification and validation services that could replace the expiring contract with Dun & Bradstreet in 2018.
With so much on Congress’ plate when its members come back from recess, fears of another government shutdown loom once again. And with statements from key administration officials, it seems this year’s budget debate will be even more fierce than years past.
To help contractors understand and prepare, David Berteau, John Cooney, and Alan Chvotkin spoke during the Professional Services Council webinar entitled “Government Shutdown? Debt Ceiling Breach? Are You Prepared?”
In a letter to Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney, the Professional Services Council made some suggested revisions to clarify OMB’s memo on eliminating agency reporting.
A government contractor confidence index compiled from a survey by government business intelligence company Onvia finds positive outlooks on future growth and the overall economy, especially among the tech sector.
The White House previewed an executive order it says will boost manufacturing and skilled labor at home.
A Government Accountability Office analysis of governmentwide contracting data looked at the trends in federal agency discretionary spending between the years 2011 and 2015.
A DoD employee allegedly funneled millions in veteran-business contracts through a shell company.
A report by Forrester Research analyst Rick Parrish extrapolates challenges that customer-centric government could face based on the Trump administration’s private sector-focused, anti-regulatory promises and appointments to date.
GSA’s industry day marking the first year of USSM touts shared services’ progress and future.
Director of Category Management Strategic Execution Steven Krauss, talks about the future of acquisition.