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Webster defines transparency as the "quality of being easily seen through or detected." But how do you define what "transparency" means to the Federal Government? Is government transparency realized when the process of acquisition is made available to the public or just the results? The challenge of achieving transparency is a balancing act many are facing. Meeting new transparency mandates requires judgment and sound strategy. Do you have the right strategy?
What kind of education and training does it take to get into this field?
The Federal Acquisition Spotlight, provided by Noblis.
WFED's Jason Miller reports.
The Partnership for Public Service explains.
H.R. 5013 is aimed at waste, fraud and abuse.
Allan Burman, former administrator of the Office of Procurement Policy and the president of Jefferson Solutions, tells FederalNewsRadio that he's not surprised by the effort to reform the contracting process.
The new appointee tells Federal News Radio in a two-part interview that he wears three different hats as the agency merges the offices of CAO and OGP.
OMB memos "all about the workforce." Moves to reduce federal contracting does not mean cutting federal contractors, according to a contracting trade association.
The Government Printing Office is trying to "right-size" its printing operation. The GPO is in the first phase of a process that will one day bring more efficient, and less costly digital printers to its plant on North Capitol Street. The goal: to save both taxpayer dollars and printing paper.