Experts told lawmakers the ever-growing list of subcontractors is a complexifier.
A court decision requires the agency to revisit some of its scoring.
The DUNS number—a unique ID for organizations doing business with the government—will be phased out in favor of a new identifier with a new name and vendor.
Federal agencies spent a record $64.7 billion on IT contracts in fiscal 2018, according to research released this week by Bloomberg Government.
The shutdown is having a major effect on government contractors and federal employees alike.
GSA signaled it is close to issuing a draft request for quotations for the Defense Enterprise Office Solutions contract.
In the latest episode of Critical Update, we address everything from OTAs to the government shutdown’s impact on contracting.
Three important sites operated by the General Services Administration experienced technical problems last week.
The agency is entering an important transitional year as it combines its many schedules into one.
The year 2018 almost seemed like the old proverb/curse that wishes that we all live in interesting times. It was a chaotic year in a lot of ways, and I bet more than a few of us are happy that it’s almost ready for the history books. But despite the turmoil, there were quite a few advances in technology and even government technology. I’m more than a little bit happy that I was able to predict a few of them with some accuracy. Now it’s time to see if lightning can strike twice. Here are my 2019 predictions for technology and government.