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Mark Amtower explores where GSA should put its energies in reforming its schedule program.
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The Obama administration's new policy pushes prime contractors to make faster payments to small subcontractors as agencies pay primes faster.
Big Blue cries foul over a contract award for a system to track assets at VA facilities around the country.
The Air Force needs to take some radical action to rescue NetCents 2. But it might already be too late.
With sequestration on the horizon, our experts share how contractors can survive more than $1 trillion in budget cuts.
A third firm has joined the ranks of those crying foul over the Air Force's NetCents 2 small business awards.
Department officials wants to make payment processing easier for federal contractors and employees.
Contractors in three of four government categories saw agencies fail to reach targeted percentage goals.
Air Force needs more time as NetCents contract suffers delays.
As the government wants to buy more technology-as-a-service, Verizon Federal sees a growing business opporunity.
Science Applications International Corp. files protest in bid to regain huge lost contract.
New schedule set for $6.9 billion NetCents 2 product contract.
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