GSA will increase post-award feedback to offerers with INFORM 2.0
Many contractors would like to see the INFORM process adopted by all federal agencies, finding it fairer and more helpful in crafting future contract submissions.
Faster patents require faster IT and contracting, and USPTO’s CIO has goals in place
“We were stifling innovation at the agency for innovation," said the agency's Procurement Systems Division chief.
No new work under JEDI during protest, court rules
Judge Patricia E. Campbell Smith issued a preliminary injunction barring the Department of Defense and JEDI awardee Microsoft from any new contracting activity until further notice.
VA looks to rid supply chain of banned Chinese equipment
Lawmakers are worried that deeper in the supply chain, VA contractors could still use equipment or systems from banned Chinese companies.
Users blast new federal contracting website amid ongoing transition
"Is there an award for the worst government system launch ever?" says one complaint about beta.SAM.gov.
AWS wants depositions from Trump, Esper in JEDI lawsuit
The cloud computing company claims there are gaps in the discovery information provided by the Department of Defense about its evaluation of JEDI bids and eventual award to Microsoft.