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Contractors Should Expect Good Things from a GOP Congress

A new leader could repair ‘damage’ done by current House oversight chairman Darrell Issa, analyst says.

Pentagon’s Buying Managers Resist IG’s Call for Central Oversight Office

Watchdog recommends the new office as a way to reduce delays and cost overruns.

Biological analysis: Ted Ognibene analyzes data at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory on his desktop computer.

Why Did This Federal Lab Pay 42 Different Prices for the Same Computer?

Energy Department has attempted to standardize equipment buys, but IT purchasing remains problematic.

Procurement Chief Vows to Simplify Federal Contracting

Rung says key to curbing complexity is collaboration between agencies, industry.

Annual Defense Bill Likely To Slip in Cyber Clampdown on Contractors

More China bashing, ill-constructed wording or what?

What to Expect From Procurement in 2015

Streamlining agency purchasing systems can unearth surprising savings.

Health workers carry the body of a old man from his house as he is suspected of dying from the Ebola virus in the Siah Town area on the outskirts of Monrovia, Liberia.

Exclusive: AFRICOM Plans High-Speed Circuits to Liberia

U.S. military plans to lease a 622 megabit terrestrial circuit from Europe to Liberia.

Race is On for Defense Health Record – but VA Backs Out of Competition

Four teams of contractors are vying for the electronic health record system contract – and the $11 billion prize attached.

The Antares rocket is shown Sunday, two days before it exploded on launch.

Unmanned NASA Rocket Explodes in Virginia

The rocket, built and launched by Orbital Sciences Corporation, was headed to the International Space Station.

A hallway in the half-renovated Pol-i-Charkhi Prison.

U.S. Halted Work on Half-Renovated Prison in Afghanistan

Watchdog faults State Department oversight of contract.