A Pentagon official said DISA doesn’t want to hear about how your solution worked for industry. If you don’t have a unique pitch for DISA, don’t bother.
The Air Force wants fuller technology solutions, better data and stronger supply chain management for its IT buys and is turning to the General Services Administration for help. The two departments announced Wednesday a $5.5 billion replacement to the Air Force’s Network-Centric Solutions 2, or NETCENTS-2, contract.
The General Services Administration hopes a new pilot program to increase transparency in a fast track government buying service will lead to more competition, but some government vendors worry it will just produce more legal wrangling.
The competitive pool for the FBI’s $5 billion IT commodity and services contract has been shrinking throughout the year and recently got even smaller.
Rather than hold a full and open competition for spots on the Information Technology Supplies and Support Services contract, also known as ITSSS or IT Triple-S, the bureau announced Friday that spots will be awarded to vendors that already hold contracts on the General Services Administration’s IT Schedule 70.
Political protests against contractors that assist with controversial Trump administration priorities such as ramping up security along the southern border has become a “huge problem” for Customs and Border Protection, a top acquisitions official said Thursday.
The federal government could spend close to half its appropriated budget in the final fiscal quarter, which ends Sept. 30.
A newly launched pilot program lets the agency’s contracting experts help push deals over the finish line.
The Defense Department on Thursday officially began accepting proposals for its highly-anticipated Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud contract.
The Senate Appropriations subcommittees forwarded a smorgasboard of funding bills to the full committee last week. Here’s a rundown.
Agencies that want a shot at funding had better make their proposals interesting.