CONTRACTING - ALL ARTICLES

Results 51-60 of 2877

How Pentagon Contracting Is Killing the Military’s Technological Edge

Tolstoy’s “War and Peace” is a quick read compared to some procurements, and far more satisfying.

The Pentagon Is Almost Ready for Its Close-Up

The Trump administration is pledging to audit the Department of Defense for the first time in its history while simultaneously demanding a record spending increase. Can it do both?

How Much Are Agencies Spending on New Contracts?

Agencies spend most of their budgets on recompeted contracts, but there are a few sectors asking for new solutions, a report found.

A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol drone aircraft lifts off at Ft. Huachuca in Sierra Vista, Ariz.

DHS Wants to Verify Drones, Devices are What They Say They Are

The call for technology is open until next May.

Lessons from a Long-Time Contractor in Afghanistan

Automotive specialist describes “building capacity” through hiring locals, being on receiving end of SIGAR audits.

Union Urges Congress to Make Pentagon Quantify Services Contracting

AFGE says too many dollars are “diverted” to Defense headquarters awards.

A P-8A Poseidon overflies the U.S. Navy's DDG 1000 destroyer in October 2016. The subhunting plane has been approved for export to New Zealand.

State Department Greenlights Nearly $5B in Arms Exports

That includes prospective, not final, sales to allies from March to May.

Lightning and cloud, ... ]

Federal Cloud Spending Has Stalled, Report Says

The slowdown could be a blip in the market's double-digit growth.

TSA Awards Accenture $64M for Agile IT Modernization

The Department of Homeland Security has been ramping up agile efforts.

A view of the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center in Arlington, Va., Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015.

Government’s Biggest Cyber Problem Will Be Contractors’ Big Opportunity, Report Says

If the government can't hire cyber talent, it will continue to seek outside support, a market analysis said.