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4 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Procurement

The pressure is on to collaborate across government to address common needs and gaps.

Weather Service Paid Retired Exec Half a Million to Consult

Commerce watchdog probe finds such ‘revolving door’ contracts may be common.

Federal Contract Spending Fell 3.1 Percent in 2014, Study Finds

Lockheed Martin tops Bloomberg Government’s annual rankings.

White House Objects to Defense Bill Contracting Provision Empowering Service Chiefs

Senate version would decentralize decision making on weapons system milestones for service-unique programs.

Obama Pushes Healthier Meat Options at Federal Cafeterias

Memo asks agencies to favor contractors that offer meat and poultry free of growth-promoting antibiotics.

Proposed ‘Fair Pay’ Rule Riles Federal Contractors

A requirement to disclose pending labor violations is unfair, company advocates say.

The CRS-6 Falcon sits in a hangar.

SpaceX Gets Approval for National Security Launches

The move breaks a monopoly long held by the Boeing-Lockheed Martin joint venture United Launch Alliance.

President Obama nominated Denise Turner Roth to lead the General Services Administration.

Obama Names Denise Turner Roth to Head GSA

Deputy chief had been acting since Tangherlini left in February.

Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain, R-Ariz., believes the Pentagon's staff is bloated.

Senate Defense Bill Lays Out Acquisition Reforms, HQ Personnel Cuts

McCain lauds trims of $10 billion in “unnecessary spending.”

SIGAR staff at the Kabul Airport in Afghanistan in January 2014.

U.S. Bid to Stand Up Afghan Aviation Capabilities Falters

SIGAR warns $562 million effort may require a new training contract.