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Construction Flaws in Afghan Prison Merit a Refund from Contractor, Says Watchdog

Building in earthquake zone has weak walls; SIGAR suspects fraud.

HP Launches High Security Private Cloud for Public Sector

Helion hopes to meet FedRAMP requirements within the next six to nine months.

Intel Community Whistleblowers Enter the Post-Snowden Era

Ombudsman runs “robust” training on how to report wrongdoing-- contractors included.

Sen. Tom Udall, D-N.M.

Federal IT Reform Could Mean Bonuses for Procurement Staff

House-approved FITARA includes "monetary incentives" that aren’t in the Senate bill.

Senate Defense Bill Unearths NSA ‘Sharkseer’ Program

Lawmakers want to drop $30 million on an obscure National Security Agency cybersecurity program.

 Rep. Sam Graves, R-Mo.

House Defense Bill Would Raise Small Business Contracting Goals

Contractors group skeptical that current data is accurate.

Agencies Get Tougher on Misbehaving Contractors

Changes in staffing, resources and case referral processes have resulted in more suspensions and debarments.

A Marine takes a smartphone photo of military enlistees as they line up before taking their oath in front of Dallas City Hall

Marine Corps Bypasses Defense Mobile Phone Plan; Wants Commercial Options

While department officials say their program will cut costs, they haven’t provided pricing information.

Prime contractor Northrop Grumman and subcontractor DynCorp overcharged the government anywhere from $91 million to $123 million from 2007 to 2013.

Army Contracting Command Failed to Spot $100M in Overbilling

Northrop Grumman and DynCorp violated wage rules in anti-terrorism work, watchdog finds.