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The RFP for the U-2 Spy Plane Was Just Two Pages Long

The acquisition shows how government contracting has changed and stayed the same.

April 23 Leave a comment

The 7 Agencies Where Contract Spending Sped Up Despite the Sequester

Overall spending was down 11 percent last year, but seven agencies bucked the trend.

April 22 Leave a comment

Budget Cuts Bring 11 Percent Decline in Contract Spending for 2013

Annual Bloomberg study shows rising awards from three departments despite the overall downward trend.

April 22 Leave a comment

GSA Has a New Plan for Cloud Providers Navigating Changing Security Standards

Transition plan provides specific FedRAMP guidance to CSPs at varying stages.

April 22 Leave a comment

BYOD Cost the Energy Department More Than Supplying Government Phones

Department could save $2.3 million in three years with better mobile management, auditor finds.

April 22 Leave a comment

Deltek Breach Raises Questions About Widespread Hacking

Feds won't confirm company assertions about the attack, which affected 80,000 employees of government contractors.

April 21 Leave a comment

3 Myths That Cripple Acquisition: No. 1 Government Can Be Perfect

What it will take to set realistic expectations for federal programs.

April 18 Leave a comment

Pentagon Plans to Ax Missile-Interceptor Redesign If Sequestration Returns

The automatic cuts are slated for a comeback in 2016.

April 16 Leave a comment

Amazon and Google Are Battling to Dominate the Cloud -- and Amazon May Already Have Won

Whatever the endgame, it could take decades to reach. In the meantime, this is a fight that rewards scale.

April 16 Leave a comment

Obama Management Chief Sees Opportunity to Build on Contracting Successes

Beth Cobert tells contractors they are patriotic partners with federal employees.

April 15 Leave a comment