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Former officials from the Office of Federal Procurement Policy say agencies need to get out of the ditch they have dug for themselves by taking multiple-award contracts the wrong way.
Bloomberg Government Federal Business Analyst Brian Friel talks about why multiple award contracts have become so popular and where the government market is headed.
July 24, 2012
Tags: acquisition , contracting , Multiple award contracts , Brian Friel , Bloomberg Government , federal market , GWACs , enterprise multiple award contracts , procurement , contract vehicles , Roger Waldron , Off the Shelf
Federal contractors will have more multi-award contracts to bid on this year, but the number may decline in future years, as agencies consolidate their buying into bigger deals.
The Small Business Administration has published proposed regulations in the Federal Register, clarifying how agencies should include small-business contractors in multiple-award contracts.
David Johnson, a senior analyst at Forrester, has been looking at what managers need to do to integrate Apples into their agency's network.
Forrester's David Johnson explains the steps you need to take to bring in Apple technology.
A recent report says there are a lot of questions surrounding the federal contracting space, and part of that is due to a lack of data.
There is nothing inherently more secure about Apple, according to one expert.
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Politico's Morning Tech can't tell which browser he's using in the shot, though.