The Office of Management and Budget weighs in on contracting and grant pilots under the DATA Act.
Monthly Archives: August, 2017
The administration is directing agencies to lean more on the private sector and to tilt their future research and development priorities — and dollars — toward defense technologies, border security, economic growth, efficient health care and low-cost energy sources.
Gartner’s hype cycle, which shows the maturation level and likely adoption of innovations, helps IT leaders better manage the deployment of new and existing technologies.
Successful CDM Program implementation relies on the active participation of agency executives and IT managers and here is how to get their buy-in.
A lack of IT security professionals means there are fewer around to investigate threats, a Cisco study finds.
Red River Waste Solutions, LP (RRWS), of Dripping Springs, Texas, requests that we recommend reimbursement of all the costs it incurred in pursuing a protest that challenged the terms of request for proposals (RFP) No. W91247-15-R-0026, issued by the Department of the Army to provide solid waste management services at or near Fort Polk, Louisiana. The agency acknowledges that reimbursement of a portion of RRWS’s protest costs is appropriate, but maintains that reimbursement should be limited to costs associated with the protest issue on which RRWS prevailed. As discussed below, we deny RRWS’s request to the extent it seeks our recommendation of reimbursement beyond the costs that have been offered by the agency.
We deny the protest.
DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY
Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. Inc., Stamford, Connecticut, has been awarded a maximum $768,000,000 fixed-price with economic-price-adjustment, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for digital imaging network…
Widespread Applications Envisioned for Airborne Lasers
Pentagon Struggling to Take Advantage of Artificial Intelligence
Report: Federal Agencies, Services to Begin Solicitations for Billion-Dollar Contracts in Fall 2017 – GovCon Wire
Two federal agencies, two service branches and a Defense Department component are expected to launch