General Dynamics is one of the largest defense contractors in the country, a massive conglomerate that builds jets, tanks, bullets and submarines at facilities around the United States. It is also caring for the detained migrant children that the government has separated from their parents.
Acquisition reform advocates should be delighted, not despondent over GAO’s recent rejection of the Pentagon’s unusual cloud deal.
Feds canceled the small Atlanta firm’s $156 million deal to feed hurricane victims in Puerto Rico after the company failed to meet requirements.
The Obama administration has made progress in untangling a complicated nest of requirements that spans 18 agencies.
Lawmakers hope to vote next week on a short-term continuing resolution funding agencies through Dec. 9.
Existing staff lack the time and resources to keep up with demand.
The Labor Department’s new regulations reflect 45 years of legal developments.