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“We looked for a collaborative effort in this process but we’re also holding their feet to the fire,” Senate bill co-sponsor Mark Warner, D-Va., said.

Congress to Feds: You're On the Hook for Spending Transparency

The DATA Act won’t live up to its potential if the executive branch doesn't live up to its responsibilities, lawmakers say.

GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini

Improving Training at Your Agency Just Got A Lot Easier

OPM and GSA team up to consolidate acquisition burden for agencies seeking human capital services.

Lawmakers Want Pentagon to Clarify Cloud Security Standards

Bill would ease the way for vendors to sell services to the Defense Department.

GSA Wants Contractors to Sign on the Digital Line

The General Services Administration plans to award an agencywide digital signature contract in 2015.

Lawsuit Says GSA Discriminates Against Blind Contractors

The System for Award Management is not handicapped accessible, the suit claims.

SBA Isn’t Ready to Boast Yet, But All Agencies Have Met Their Small Biz Contracting Goals

This would mark the first time in seven years that all agencies have met their targets.

Pentagon Deputy: Defense Contracting Choices Will Only Get Tougher

Sequester will crimp competition and innovation, official says.

A U.S. Air Force U-2 spy plane takes off from the U.S. airbase in Osan, south of Seoul, South Korea.

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.