CONTRACTING - ALL ARTICLES

Results 31-40 of 2480

DHS Scales Back License Plate-Tracking Surveillance

The new system, announced last month, will compile license plate records from "at least 25 states" instead of all states.

US CIO Tony Scott Says Federal IT is Now a ‘Contact Sport.’ Here’s the Rulebook.

New OMB guidance aims to break down barriers that have sprouted up between IT decision-makers and other agency officials.

Marion Blakey

Departing Aerospace Industries Leader: First-Rate Nations Respect and Support Public Servants

In exit interview, Blakey criticizes congressional gridlock, urges Defense budget compromises.

Getting Tech to ‘Show Up’

Rolling back reforms sure won’t attract innovative players to the government market.

Category management is used by private sector giants including Boeing Co.

White House Procurement Chief Wants Acquisition SWAT Team

Anne Rung is pursuing category management to curb wasteful duplication.

Commerce's Innovation Exec Seeks to Hire Entrepreneurs

Economic development coach offers help to small businesses as survey shows most common contractor mistakes.

Contractors Oppose Plan to Centralize Pentagon Commercial Purchasing

House acquisition reform bill would streamline buys through a central officer.

A brown pelican covered in oil sits on the beach in Louisiana in 2010 after the spill.

Contractor BP Wants You to Think the Gulf Is OK

With billions on the line, the oil giant wants to change minds five years after the Gulf spill.

Defense: We Can’t Afford to Replace Aging ICBMs, Bombers, Subs

With or without sequestration, the Pentagon will need at least $10 billion more per year to modernize its nuclear arsenal, procurement chief says.

A former member of Blackwater joines family members, friends, and supporters of four former Blackwater security guards outside the federal court Monday.

Blackwater, Contracting and the Iraq War Time Warp

A long conflict as seen through a long trial.