In today's environment, there are plenty of things beyond a company's control, but here are some things you can focus on.
Our original story reported incorrectly that the Obama administration's budget request had backed away from the plan to require the reporting political contributions when submitting the bids for contracts. In fact, the opposite is true.
Agency's request increases operating budget for more enforcement and grants to states, but low-interest loan program takes a hit.
There are plenty of things to worry about in the coming year, but those same worries just might be opportunities too.
Get ready for the future's leaner Defense Department.
You bet. As agencies scramble to cut costs under sequestration, contractors should expect to be squeezed too.
President Obama’s slimming down plan would merge SBA, parts of Commerce and other trade and business agencies into one department.
Despite projected spending decreases, industry will remain the military’s key partner, a top DOD acquisition official says.
The administration plans to shift the Pentagon's focus from ground wars to rebuilding and deterrence while preserving innovation and partnership with industry.
2012 omnibus budget brings millions to VA projects. Where's the money going?