Among the budget delays and economic worries, government contractors are still finding opportunities for growth. But they also are focused on controlling costs and investing in infrastructure.
To buoy network security adequately, the Defense Department is requesting another $1 billion to cover activities previously left out.
The federal government has been operating under temporary funding measures since October, leaving many agencies and contractors in limbo in terms of spending and planning for the current fiscal year.
The federal government must strengthen its oversight of IT spending, a Government Accountability Office official said.
In the face of a federal shutdown, the Defense Department has outlined a contingency plan in a draft memo.
Now is the time to move beyond rhetoric and into action by forming true partnerships with government.
An IT budget expert says IT spending will weather the budget crisis, but the debate on the 2011 budget will set the tone for 2012.
The Senate has rejected two separate spending proposals. Now the clock is ticking again toward a possible government shutdown.
A roundup of the top contracting news and events of the last 30 days.
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