Contracts

The White House just pulled Its nominee to fill the still-vacant job of federal procurement chief

The Office of Federal Procurement Policy has not had a confirmed leader since the Trump administration, despite the Biden administration's goals to use procurement to advance equity and curb climate change. 

Companies

Small firm fights off protest, secures its biggest win

Brillient Corp. weathered two rounds of bid protests and can now finally brag about this company-record victory.

Contracts

GAO: Agencies relying too much on time-and-material contracts

In the Government Accountability Office's eyes, T&M contracts put too much risk on agencies instead of companies.

Contracts

Data gap poses risks for launch site of VA’s new health record

The commercial electronic health record system being introduced by the Department of Veterans Affairs is proving difficult and expensive to adapt to the agency’s data reporting requirements.

Contracts

Tech trade group seeks bumps to TMF, agency-based IT funds

FedRAMP funding and budget to support zero trust initiatives at civilian agencies are also on the appropriations wish-list of the Alliance for Digital Innovation.

Contracts

GSA shares specs on governmentwide cloud BPA

The General Services Administration is providing more details on how it’s aiming to launch a new blanket purchase agreement for cloud commercial technologies that will serve as a major one-stop shop for the entire government.

Contracts

Interior issues draft cloud RFP valued at up to $1B

The Interior Department’s next cloud contract appears to be a big one.

Companies

NASA adds more time for $700M competition

Industry has several more days to put in their bids for NASA's Omnibus Multidisciplinary Engineering Services contract.

Contracts

How the Pentagon plans to manage inflation costs in contracts

The Defense Department urged contracting officers to "be mindful" of the varying impacts of inflation and "limit the scope" of equity pay adjustment clauses, according to new guidance.

Contracts

Air Force sticks with incumbents for $950M agile cyber program

The Air Force Research Laboratory is focusing on sensors, infrastructure and other key technology areas.

Contracts

Solicitation for $10B anti-WMD contract goes live

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency wants both technology and mission expertise.

Companies

Small business touts $217M Space Force award

The military's newest service branch sought research-and-development support for its acquisition shop.

Contracts

The Navy has saved $150 million by consolidating IT systems, official says

The Cattle Drive effort, which was announced in 2020, aims to reduce duplicative systems, their data, and save money.

Contracts

General Dynamics-Iridium team wins $324M ground systems contract

The Space Development Agency is buying the assets to support at least 100 low-Earth orbit satellites.

Contracts

Secretary of State makes case for tech-centered strategy to counter China

The secretary delivered a speech outlining the administration’s policy toward Beijing as Congress tries to reconcile legislation that would provide at least $50 billion to increase domestic production of semiconductors.

Contracts

Senate committee clears bill that takes on conflicts of interest in federal contracting

A hearing the committee held leading up to the bill’s markup focused on a shortage of procurement officials in the federal workforce, which an industry witness said could be addressed if it weren’t for inflexible ethics rules.

Opinion

Modernizing the modernization tool: Changes are coming for FITARA

A new version of FITARA will come this summer, so vendors need to line up their solutions with the new cyber requirements customers will face.

Contracts

NRO finalizes imagery contract worth 'billions of dollars'

The National Reconnaissance Office is looking to support around 500,000 federal government users with this expanded program.

Contracts

FCC selects 14 for $203M IT services contract

Cloud computing migration is a focal point for the Federal Communications Commission in this effort.

Contracts

Booz Allen loses shot at $1.4B DHA workforce contract

The protest centered on perceived evaluation issues that are often hard to prove if an agency can show its work.

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