The Defense Department had trouble determining reasonable prices for noncompetitive contracts because some contractors were reluctant to share pricing information, according to an Aug. 12 Government Accountability Office report.
A Gaithersburg, Md. man was sentenced to nearly two years in prison after he fraudulently obtained millions of dollars in federal government contracts, according to an Aug. 3 Justice Department statement.
It's not going to be an easy road for the nominee seeking to run the General Services Administration if Sen. Claire McCaskill has her way.
Defense Department components are breaking rules by independently buying commercial bandwidth for satellite communications, which is costing the DoD money, according to a July 17 Government Accountability Office report.
Former and current Defense Department officials have taken issue with a provision in the Senate's defense authorization proposal that shifts power away from Pentagon's acquisition chief.
The General Services Administration is requesting proposals from a shortlist of developers to work on the Federal Triangle South project in southwest Washington, D.C., according to a July 17 statement.
The House Education and Workforce Committee has come out against a new rule that requires federal contractors to reveal labor law violations before bidding on federal jobs.
The General Services Administration launched a dashboard so federal procurement staff can compare data on the agency's newest contracting vehicle, according to a July 13 GSA statement.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Indian Health Service know little about contracts given under legislation that are meant to promote Indian-owned businesses for federal awards, says a July 9 Government Accountability Office report.
A Maryland-based contractor has agreed to pay millions back to the federal government after it posed as a small disadvantaged business to garner special government contracts, says a July 6 Justice Department statement.