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DoD in process of splitting responsibilities for two new acquisition offices

The Pentagon is doing preliminary work on splicing its acquisition office into two distinct areas: research and engineering, and day-to-day business acquisitions, Continue reading

Defense Contractors See End of Budget Decline

The Pentagon, as the government’s largest buyer of goods and services, is ending a seven-year drawdown of acquisition spending, according to a study released on Wednesday. Continue reading

Navy, NSA, NASA IT executives lead the 2017 retiree migration

There are quite a few people on the move to start 2017, so here are some of those retirements and changes in the federal IT and acquisition communities. Continue reading

The dangers of low-price contracting — Washington Technology

Because they appear to be cheaper, low price, technically acceptable procurements are on the rise, but TASC Inc. is making an argument that these kinds of contracts pose a danger to the government over the long haul. via The dangers of low-price contracting — Washington Technology.