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The Defense Department plans to issue a five-year, $975 million, final request for proposal for its DORE-2 contract on Nov. 22, according to an agency announcement.
The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has been boosting its IT spending on projects related to cybersecurity, commercial networks, secure mobile services, analytics and high-performance computing, among many others.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is requesting input from industry on its plan to incorporate advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence into efforts to combat medical fraud and improper payments, according to an Oct. 21 request for information.
GSA will allow companies to submit revised bids for a 10-year, $8 billion, cloud contract for modernized Pentagon office technology following the agency’s decision to take corrective action, according to a Government Accountability Office decision.
Congressional Democrats and Republicans reached a deal yesterday on a stopgap spending bill to avert a U.S. government shutdown on Oct. 1, even as the threat of a closure later in the year continues to build.
Democrats are getting an early preview of what a bare-knuckle brawl a general-election matchup between President Donald Trump and one of the top three Democratic primary contenders would be.
The General Services Administration announced Aug. 19 that it will accept revised proposals for a 10-year, $15 billion, small business contract known as Alliant Small Business 2, or A2SB.
A General Services Administration draft solicitation posted Aug. 9 officially launched the recompetition of its 8(a) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resource for Services (STARS) II vehicle.
The U.S. Navy awarded its massive SeaPort Next Generation (Seaport NxG) contract to 1,870 companies in December 2018 and is already kicking off plans to add more by fiscal 2021.
The Defense Department set all-time highs in spending through fast-track “other transaction” agreements (OTAs) in fiscal 2018, issuing more than $4 billion in obligations.