GAO upholds NikSoft's protest of ID management contract

The Justice Department did not properly evaluate pricing, past performance and organizational conflict of interest allegations in its award of a recent $844K contract, an audit concludes.

GAO sets new policy on debarments, suspensions

Policy adopted on the heels of the Air Force's proposed debarment of Booz Allen's San Antonio office.

5 win $900M anti-IED contract

Contractors will vie for task orders to support the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization in its battle against roadside bombs and other explosive devices.

Lockheed's $2B polar project under attack

Losing bidder challenges large arctic contract award with a formal GAO protest.

Should contractors get blamed for counterfeit parts?

Counterfeit parts, mostly made in China, have found their way into the U.S. military's supply chain, and now members of the Senate Armed Services Committee want to hold contractors more responsible.

GSA ponders reopening e-mail contract

Agency is studying GAO's decision to support the protests filed by two losing bidders.

IBM files protest over VA's $12B T4 contract

The Veterans Affairs' $12 billion T4 contract for IT infrastructure transformation has attracted 10 protests, including the most recent from IBM Corp.

Northrop Grumman partners to pursue GSA travel contract

Northrop Grumman Corp. has signed on as a subcontractor to CWTSatoTravel to compete for the end-to-end travel and expense management systems of the General Services Administration's E-Gov Travel Services 2 contract.

GAO will finish its bid protest work

The Defense Information Systems Agency contended that GAO's authority to review certain bid protests ended on May 27, leaving Technatomy’s protest without merit.

Are inventories of service contracts worthless?

Some agency officials worry that their inventories of service contracts will never be used for anything meaningful.

GAO upholds Solers protest against DISA award to Booz Allen

Booz Allen's contingency language in its proposal for a DISA contract got it into trouble with the fixed-price requirements, GAO said in a new decision.

GAO protests Booz Allen bid

The Government Accountability Office want to yank a $25 million task order from the large contractor.

GAO upholds protest against GSA eGov Travel solicitation

The Government Accountability Office upheld a protest against the GSA's wording of a Statement of Work for an electronic travel management contract.

Qwest bid protest dismissed, but GAO says it might have merit

The Government Accountability Office issued a decision in a bid protest by Qwest filed against an award by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services under the Networx contract.

$20B in IT projects need more oversight

The federal government must strengthen its oversight of IT spending, a Government Accountability Office official said.

SBInet-like system in the works for border surveillance

The Homeland Security Department canceled the SBInet border surveillance system two months ago, but SBInet-like capabilities will live on in the new system proposed for some parts of the border, a GAO official says.

GAO freshens up its list of high-risk programs

The Government Accountability Office today updated its list of high-risk government programs, removing some programs and adding a new one.