OASIS has been a highly anticipated contract, and questions and concerns have been raised since GSA first floated the concept in 2011. But it's here now, and it's not going away. Here are some critical items you need to know.
Budget cuts, gridlock in Congress, regulatory burdens, rising corporate costs and a climate of fiscal uncertainty are proving more troublesome for smaller government contractors, but some are seeing some signs for optimism.
Joseph Jordan, administrator for federal procurement policy at the OMB, has turned to Twitter for insights on the best ways for agencies to get information on prices paid when making their contracting decisions.
Students at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University are being trained to become proficient hackers, so that they may take their expertise to future jobs with the federal government and cyber firms, and work as top-notch cybersecurity experts.