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- 28 SEP
Is the Trump Bump Over for Government Contractors?
The bump in optimism that we saw following the election of President Donald Trump has all but disappeared in our latest Washington Technology Contractor Confidence Index.
- 28 SEP
Industrial Base War-Gaming: Pentagon Wants Companies to Find Supply-Chain Weaknesses
The Pentagon is hoping industry will volunteer information on weak spots in their industrial supply chains, as part of a broader review and war-gaming effort to discover potential failure points for America’s defense industrial base.
- 27 SEP
Shulkin’s No. 1 Headache? Combating the Pesky Federal Hiring System
Ask Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin what his biggest challenge is and his answer might not be immediately obvious.
- 26 SEP
GSA Looks to Help Startups Navigate Big Contracts
The General Services Administration has posted a guide to help new technology startups navigate the agency's sprawling multiple awards schedule contracts.
- 26 SEP
DATA Act’s ‘Gentle Transition’ Offers Agencies Option to Dive In, Dip Toe in Data
The DATA Act’s May implementation deadline was “just the beginning” for federal agencies standardizing their spending reports, but for the Homeland Security Department, the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act was more of a springboard than a starting line.
- 25 SEP
How the House Wants to Make Federal Procurement Less Complex, More Competitive
As the House and Senate go to conference to solve differences in the Defense authorization bill in the next few weeks, the acquisition community will be watching Section 801 of the lower chamber’s bill closely.