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GSA Steers Pentagon to $1 Billion Contract to Track Global Threats

Booz Allen Hamilton wins award under OASIS strategic sourcing vehicle.

Can Public Policy Survive Without Government?

Public-private partnerships can improve services, but not without risks.

The Other One Percent

New sick leave rule is cumbersome for all, but benefits few.

Contractors Are Reminded the President Always Wins in Shutdown Battles

Veterans of past stalemates stress that when agencies close, the situation stays fluid.

IG Cites Lax Oversight of Contractors

Contracting personnel at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services failed to follow basic contracting rules.

Go Ahead, Ask Your Co-Worker About His Pay

Obama administration publishes final rule prohibiting contractors from going after employees who talk openly about compensation.

Report: 'Zero Dark Thirty' Creators Gave CIA Agents Jewelry, Liquor, Meals

Government documents uncovered by Vice News show that Mark Boal and Kathryn Bigelow wined and dined spies for info.

Imagining an On-Demand Government in an Uber World

The keys are forward planning and intergovernmental collaboration.

President of Major Contractors Group Steps Down

Stan Soloway led the Professional Services Council for 15 years.