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Is FedRAMP Toothless? Rogue Cloud Systems Abound at Agencies, IGs Say

Auditors chalked up the missed deadline, in part, to a leadership vacuum.

VA chief Bob McDonald holds a town hall meeting in Washington. McDonald has promised to hold executives accountable for misconduct.

Controversial VA Procurement Executive Resigns Before She Can Be Fired

VA says it had no way to stop Susan Taylor, accused of conflict of interest, from retiring.

Pentagon Needs to Build Cybersecurity into the Acquisition Process

The Defense Department needs to turn its focus to the protection of battlefield systems.

What’s So Secret About the Price of Dell and HP PCs?

Army intel deal for 6,535 PCs blacks out price.

Competitor to Troubled Background Check Contractor Retains Hope on Bid Protest

GAO to decide by Oct. 20 whether USIS can keep Homeland Security field office work.

Pentagon Scraps Afghan Air Fleet for Pennies on the Dollar

After spending $486 million on 20 planes for the Afghan Air Force, the Pentagon sold 16 for just $32,000.

FAA Needs a Cloud for Its PDFs

Digital AeroNav Products are getting unwieldy.

Broadcasting Board Outsources Controversial Newsroom Contracting

Executives said the move is not an effort to replace current staff.

The Pentagon often fails to buy weapons on time and on budget. Above, an F/A-18F Super Hornet prepares to land on the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush in the Persian Gulf Oct. 3.

The Trouble With Defense Acquisition May Be the Workforce

Too often, contracts are left to 'managers for whom it is merely one step in a career path directed elsewhere,' an expert tells Senate investigators in recent report.