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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.

The Department of Education saw a 27 percent increase.

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.

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.

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

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

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.

Deltek Breach Raises Questions About Widespread Hacking

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

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

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