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IG: GSA’s Schedules Program Pricing Issues Cost Taxpayers

The audit also found instances where the Schedules Program is not providing the lowest overall cost alternative to government customers.

The Year-End Spending Rush Is On, But It's Not What It Used to Be

A new analysis shows agencies are moving a greater share of spending to the first quarter.

Contractors Urge Next President to Upgrade Acquisition Workforce

Existing staff lack the time and resources to keep up with demand.

John Sopko, Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, says widespread corruption doomed many projects.

U.S. Policies in Afghanistan Abetted Corruption on a Massive Scale

Watchdog cites a multi-agency failure to prioritize the threat early on.

OPM Widens Team of Contractors for New Background Check Bureau

Incumbents CACI and Key Point joined by CSRA and Securitas.

Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., and other lawmakers said VA has not been transparent enough.

House Panel Subpoenas VA For Artwork Spending, Documents on Delayed $1 Billion Construction Project

Department won’t release certain employee interviews related to the investigation of contract cost overruns of new medical center in Colorado.

Amazon is one of the companies offering advice.

Obama Category Management Team Takes Some Tips From Industry

GSA’s professional services acquisitions chief releases cost-savings strategy.

Pentagon Employees Are Still Flashing Purchase Cards at Casinos, Strip Clubs

Despite a new security crackdown, the Defense Department watchdog finds lax enforcement by managers.

Federal courts have repeatedly deemed the South Texas Family Residential Center unfit to house young children.

The Beginning of the End of Private Detention For Immigrants?

The Homeland Security Department is rethinking its reliance on for-profit prisons. But it’s not enough.

Obama Pushes Contractors to Be Greener, More Worker-Friendly

Administration estimates "Fair Pay" rule will cost contractors $458 million in the first year.

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