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Monthly Archives: April, 2017
The Navy and Pacific Energy Solutions on Friday are launching commercial operations for 14.3-megawatt solar farm in Hawaii on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
Officials from the Navy, Hawaiian Electric Co. and the Hawaii State Energy Office are scheduled to attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the site on the Waipio Peninsula Friday morning.
The electricity generated by the 42-acre facility will directly power the base at Pearl Harbor, the Navy said.
The Modernizing Government Technology Act, take two.
NASA’s top human spaceflight official says the maiden flight of the Space Launch System, a behemoth booster designed to loft astronauts on expeditions into deep space, will be delayed from November 2018 until some time in 2019, according to a report published by a U.S. government watchdog Thursday.
Nearly a third of federal contract spending or around $130 billion a year goes through indefinite delivery – indefinite quantity contracts (IDIQ). It’s a surprisingly durable practice. But the product mix has shifted and not all the buying is competitive. Bill Woods, director of IT acquisition and sourcing management iissues at the Government Accountability Office, provides an update on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Federal Contractor To Pay Nearly $1.66 Million To Settle Hiring Bias Allegations by OFCCP | JD Supra
A computer technology company’s recent $1.6 million settlement with the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs is a stark reminder that federal contractors must ensur
Rep. Will Hurd will reportedly take another whack at moving IT modernization through Congress.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will integrate agile methodologies across the entire agency to better manage software development in the rapidly evolving health care environment.
Lockheed Martin Corp., Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co., Fort Worth, Texas, is being awarded a not-to-exceed $1,377,002,000 advance acquisition contract for long-lead time materials, parts, components, and effort for 130 low-rate initial…
Competitive Range Solutions, LLC (CRS), of O’Fallon, Illinois, protests the Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health (NIH)’s exclusion of the protester’s proposal from further consideration under request for proposals (RFP) No. NIHJT2016015, for information technology (IT) supplies and services. The protester argues that the agency’s exclusion of its proposal based on its failure to have sufficient capabilities in health-related missions amounted to a nonresponsibility determination that should have been referred to the Small Business Administration (SBA) under SBA’s certificate of competency (COC) procedures.
We sustain the protest.