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President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on July 19.

The Agencies Where Trump Can Most Easily Shift Contracting Priorities

The White House wants to overhaul federal operations. Contract data suggest it will be easier at some agencies than others.

Two U.S. private security contractors investigate a site in Iraq in 2004.

The 'Blackwater 2.0' Plan for Afghanistan

Private military contractors have spotted an opportunity as America’s longest war grinds on.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., is a sponsor of the bill.

Lawmakers Aim to Restrict Use of Lowest-Price Contracts

Bipartisan bill would extend Pentagon rules to civilian agencies.

How Homeland Security Spent Millions on a Nonexistent Service

The IG found that the department botched a software purchase in "a textbook definition of waste.”

SparkCognition’s CEO says his company’s AI might be able to diagnose and predict engineering problems like the ones that have bedeviled the USS Coronado and other U.S. Navy littoral combat ships.

For Sale: Artificial Intelligence That Teaches Itself

An AI startup with dozens of aviation-industry customers sets its sights on the U.S. military.

Former GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth. Roth allegedly retaliated against Sharpe.

GSA Watchdog Details Clash That Drove Sharpe from Acquisition Service

Alleged whistleblower retaliation included threats of negative review and transfer.

OMB Director Mick Mulvaney said, “If no one is asking for it, maybe it doesn’t have much value to it."

Contractors Object to Parts of OMB's Agency Reporting Reductions

Some changes to requirements could cause confusion or remove useful controls, group argues.

CSRA Will Build the Next MilCloud

The Falls Church, Virginia-based IT contractor captured the IDIQ contract, valued at up to $500 million.