The Homeland Security Department has more than half of its IT budget yet to obligate in fiscal 2012.
The Obama administration has given a framework to avoid the looming sequestration, but House Republicans say the proposals won't pass in either chamber. What now?
Reducing government costs is in everyone's best interest, writes Stan Soloway, but too much emphasis on cutting margins will only hurt government and industry in the long run.
Companies have done a lot to prepare for the coming budget cuts and it is starting to show.
Agency leadership wants focus to stay on efficiency and cost-savings as GSA cancels several events and reviews its conference guidelines.
They aren't easy to find, but there are still rich opportunities in the federal market. Do you know where to look?
The defense budget draw down of the late 1980s offers important lessons of what to do and not do with today's budget crisis.
The outlook is gloomy for 2012 and beyond and little action is expected from Congress on pressing budget issues.
In today's market, growth is slowing and profits are had by cutting costs. How long can that trend continue?
For IT contractors, 2012 will lay the groundwork for an even more intense 2013.