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GSA canceled Guantanamo interrogator contract

Officials learn work was improperly awarded under technology services.

Panel backs competitive sourcing measures favorable to federal employees

House subcommittee approves amendment granting in-house workers cost advantage in some job contests.

Defense, GSA officials vow to clean up contracting

‘No exceptions, no excuses,’ say agency leaders during announcement of new zero-tolerance policy.

GSA to devise new contract to continue counseling services for troops

Move could lead to renewed complaints about the contracting process for the Military One Source program, which has been controversial.

Acquisition officials offer new details on share-in-savings proposal

Procurement councils issue guidelines for writing such contracts and developing business cases for their use.

Proposal to change small business size standards rescinded

Recommended policy would have made it easier for agencies to meet contracting targets for small businesses.

Data on small business contracting revised

Updated statistics show the dollar value of contracts awarded is higher than originally reported, but the percentage is lower.

GSA cancels mental health contract following investigation

Technology company was to provide counseling for troops, but critics say it had no experience.

Senator places hold on procurement nominee

West Virginia Democrat wants to query Savafian on his contracting views.

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