If the government can\’t hire cyber talent, it will continue to seek outside support, a market analysis said.
Monthly Archives: April, 2017
The government needs to be able to continuously vet intelligence employees for threats, former Director of National Intelligence Director James Clappe
After years of steady declines, spending on contracts by the armed forces and Defense agencies are climbing back up.
One more potential flashpoint between Congress and the White House over government spending was removed Wednesday, as President Donald Trump’s administration told congressional leaders it would continue subsidy payments under the Affordable Care Act.
GAO Report: Additional Opportunities to Reduce Fragmentation, Overlap, and Duplication and Achieve Other Financial Benefits
This report is our seventh in the series and it identifies new areas where a broad range of federal agencies may be able to achieve greater efficiency or effectiveness. For each area, we suggest actions that Congress or executive branch agencies could take to reduce, eliminate, or better manage fragmentation, overlap, or duplication, or achieve other financial benefits. In addition to identifying new areas, we have continued to monitor the progress Congress and executive branch agencies have made in addressing actions we previously identified.
U.S. TRANSPORTATION COMMAND
Federal Express Corp., Memphis, Tennessee, was awarded a five-year $2,351,165,436 (estimated) indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, fixed-price next generation delivery service contract. This contract provides…
The Health and Human Services Department, and the National Counterterrorism Center are two components balancing big data opportunities and limitations.
The Government Accountability Office upheld a contractor’s protest over a $48 million National Aeronautics and Space Administration contract in a decision made public Tuesday, finding the space agency failed to scrutinize the realism of the winning bid’s cost and potential conflicts of interest related to a subcontractor on the proposal.
Raj Shah, head of the Defense Department’s Defense Innovation Unit Experimental, has said DIUx expec
Chags Health Information Technology, LLC, of Columbia, Maryland; Grove Resource Solutions, Inc., of Frederick, Maryland; Next Phase Solutions and Services, Inc., of Greenbelt, Maryland; SparkSoft Corporation, of Columbia, Maryland; All Points Logistics, Inc., of Merritt Island, Florida; Delmock Technologies, Inc., of Baltimore, Maryland; Apprio, Inc., of Washington, District of Columbia; Leader Communications, Inc., of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; VariQ Conviso Joint Venture LLC, of Washington, District of Columbia; Strategi Consulting LLC, of Chevy Chase, Maryland; Innosoft Corporation, of Columbia, Maryland; and Analytica LLC, of Washington, District of Columbia; request that our Office recommend that they be reimbursed the costs associated with filing and pursuing their respective protests against the award of multiple contracts under request for proposals (RFP) No. RFP-CMS-2016-SPARC, which was issued by the Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), for the Strategic Partners Acquisition Readiness Contract (SPARC) program.
We grant the requests in part and deny them in part.