CONTRACTING - ALL ARTICLES

Results 61-70 of 2299
Undocumented people wait to fill out application forms for the Obama administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Why It Costs $1.7 Billion to Computerize Immigration Forms

USCIS awards new contract to turn around long-delayed digital casework system.

Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Frank Kendall

One Chart Shows One Big Problem With Defense Contracting: Competition Is Declining

The department in 2010 began setting goals for awarding more work competitively, but it's never been able to hit its targets.

Why the Government Is Probably About to Go on a Spending Spree

Agencies usually buy 39 percent of their IT in the fourth quarter of the fiscal year.

DEA Anticipates Awarding Contract for Sensitive Justice Cloud

Potential savings are a key motivator for the drug-fighting agency's move.

Quality Cost Data Is Key to Making Better Management Decisions

Executives must distinguish between two important (and often confused) types of cost estimating.

Will an Obscure Pentagon Small Business Program Live On?

Fate of 25-year-old research project depends on fiscal 2015 Defense authorization.

The Downside of Not Exhausting a $6 Billion Cyber Contract

Agencies are partially taking advantage of a bulk-price deal to automate network threat-tracking.

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md.

Lawmaker Wants to Force Testimony From Security Clearance Firm CEO

A USIS executive received more than $1 million in bonuses despite flawed work.