The Defense Information Systems Agency failed to provide adequate oversight for a number of high-value telecommunications services contracts, resulting in more than $80 million in improper payments, a U.S. Department of Defense watchdog said in a report made public Monday.
Monthly Archives: August, 2017
A retired Army colonel was charged Tuesday with trying to funnel bribes from his charity for impoverished Haitians to high-level government officials for an $84 million port development project there.
AM General LLC, South Bend, Indiana, has been awarded a $2,205,926,405 firm-fixed-price contract for the production of up to 11,560 High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle expanded capacity vehicles, associated optional equipment and,
by Michael LeJeune
Podcast Episode 40:
In this episode, we interviewed Carol Lowman, President of L2NL about her lessons learned in government contracting. Carol has a unique perspective of government contracting. She has been on both sides of the coin as a government employee and now as a government contractor. This case study style interview will walk you through, keys to success, hurdles, and practical advice that you can apply directly to your business.
U.S. national security funding may be slashed by about $65 billion in January as lawmakers forge ahead with a spending plan that collides with a budget ceiling under a six-year-old law.
NASA is examining options to launch a robotic mission as soon as 2026 to pick up rock specimens from the surface of Mars and bring them back to Earth, moving forward the timeline for a sample return mission as the agency postpones plans for a new Mars reconnaissance and data relay orbiter.
The move means the U.S., Air Force can now move forward with its plan to replace the Compass Call electronic jamming plane, used to eavesdrop on and attack enemy communications.
CONTRACTS MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY Raytheon Missile Systems Co., Tucson, Arizona, is being awarded a $614,483,341 modification (PZ0001) to definitize a previously awarded undefinitized contract action executed on Dec. 8, 2015; the modification is,
Hackers use a wide variety of tactics to enter networks and often that means finding a human to dupe.