Nonprofit’s “corporate welfare” study names Boeing as top “double dipper.”
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The cancellation comes as several companies protested the award in February.
Federal agencies spent $500 billion procuring products and services in 2012.
If civil servants are pitted against businesses they become more innovative, and secure most of the contracts put out for bid.
The Pentagon has hired a little-known Virginia startup with an unfortunate name to work on a big data project.
Big-ticket IT procurements and system modernizations provide a road map of agencies’ spending priorities in the year ahead.
Partnership’s report stresses benefits of pooling IT, supply chain management.
Yet, fixing a procurement system designed to build warships to buy modern technology is an ask that CIOs will find more complex than any single piece of legislation can tackle.
GAO finds weapons program managers valued input in only 10 percent of cases.
With the purchase, CSC becomes an instant player in the federal cloud market.