New units are faster and packed with more features
CONTRACTING - ALL ARTICLES
Finishing features are more sophisticated than ever
Focus on People, Places and Processes
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Priority Shift Makes Dollars Go Farther
Suddenly competition is blossoming in the federal government, as agencies vie with each other to sell services throughout the bureaucracy. A wide range of administrative functions will now be "franchised" by government entrepreneurs.
The Federal Aviation Administration has a grand plan to revamp its personnel and procurement systems to save money and solve air-traffic controller and technician shortages. But many people in the agency doubt it will work.
The Air Force and McDonnell Douglas pulled the ill-fated C-17 out of a tailspin, turning a program plagued by delays, costs overruns and structural defects into a model of acquisition reform.
Cashing In on Contractors
Army Revolutionizes Supply Line