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VA Blows $300,000 On The Wrong TVs

The Detroit medical center ordered televisions that didn’t fit in its facility, so they sat in storage for nearly three years.

Saudi Losses in Yemen War Exposed by U.S. Tank Deal

The U.S. State Department says Riyadh can buy 153 Abrams tanks, 20 of which will replace ones destroyed in combat.

Fight Over Lucrative TRICARE Contracts Won’t Affect Beneficiaries, Defense Says

Three health insurance companies have filed bid protests over multi-billion dollar Defense health care contracts.

FedRAMP Ready? GSA Releases Template to Figure It Out

Cloud service providers can assess whether they're ready for FedRAMP authorization with a new template.

SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet listens to audience questions during an event with Sen. Cory Booker and Princeton University Professor Alan B. Krueger, right, at the Rutgers Business School in 2015.

Small Business Administration Defends Methods for Documenting Contracting Goals

Advocacy group seeks injunctive relief in a suit alleging the agency violates the Small Business Act.

F-35 is ‘Ready For War;’ Now the Air Force Wants More, and Faster

Buying more JSFs would lower the per-plane price tag and allow the service to retire older jets sooner.

DOD Issues Final Rule to Avoid Counterfeit Electronics

Focuses on the careful selection of suppliers and verifying the authenticity of electronic parts

GSA Officials on Increased Bid Protests: 'This is How It’s Going to Be'

Expect and plan for bid protests so agency missions aren't disrupted, officials say.

Contractor for Afghan Army Vehicles More Than Doubled Cost, Watchdog Finds

Miscues and waste likely to require Pentagon to spend $1 billion more.

Labor Department Finds Senate Food Services Contractors Broke Law

Workers illegally denied a total of $1 million will receive back pay.

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