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Excellence in Partnership award winners - Part 2

Jon Jordan, Deputy Commissioner of GSA's FAS, joins host Larry Allen to discuss the recent Excellence in Partnership Awards.
November 30, 2010

Tags: Excellence in Partnership Awards , CGP , Larry Allen , Jon Jordan , GSA , Contracting

Wednesday - 12/01/2010, 05:54pm EST
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GSA picks Unisys to provide e-mail-as-a-service

The contract could be worth $6 million over four years. GSA said it wants Unisys to replace several different versions of IBM's Lotus Notes and Domino software.

Tags: Contracting , industry , GSA , Unisys , Cloud computing , e-mail-as-a-service , Jason Miller

Wednesday - 12/01/2010, 04:45pm EST
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WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks released more than 250,000 US embassy and consulate cables to The New York Times and other media. They include candid views of world leaders, foreign government negotiations and assessments of nuclear and terrorist threats. This could prove vastly more damaging to US interests and security than the tactical reports leaked earlier this year. State Department reports often describe long-standing issues of leadership, political conditions, and highly privileged conversations. While most information will have little value, the volume is so large that it will certainly reveal thousands of highly insightful and embarrassingly confidential assessments.

Tags: Contracting , KGS , NightWatch , John McCreary

Wednesday - 12/01/2010, 04:37pm EST

Son of the Future Combat System rolls on

The Army has kicked off the competition to develop son of the Future Combat System.

Tags: Federal Drive , Army , FCS , Contracting

Wednesday - 12/01/2010, 08:40am EST

Reprieve for Taliban Members

Afghan United Nations Ambassador Zahir Tanin recently asked the UN Security Council to remove 10 Taliban members from the list of individuals in the Taliban and al Qaida subject to UN sanctions. He added that reconciliation and reintegration of former combatants is crucial for lasting peace and security in Afghanistan. Speaking at an open U.N. Security Council meeting, Tanin asked the sanctions committee to consider removing other names submitted by Afghan President Karzai's government. This is a significant effort to create an atmosphere favorable to talks with the Taliban. It might not work, but it is noteworthy.

Tags: Contracting , KGS , NightWatch , John McCreary

Tuesday - 11/30/2010, 04:34pm EST

Kim Jong-un Positions for Power

According to defector sources, North Korean Authorities have begun a purge of corrupt senior officials on the orders of the heir apparent, Kim Jung-un. The crimes under investigation include smuggling and allowing people to flee the country. This is one of the ways a new team makes room for its own people. In the first years of his tenure, Kim Jong-il supported constant purges of party and military officials who were opposed to reigning family succession in an otherwise communist state, and survived several assassination attempts and mutinies. The ensuing tyranny was harsh and long lasting. The next successor's advisors are likewise taking no chances with opposition.

Tags: Contracting , KGS , NightWatch , John McCreary

Monday - 11/29/2010, 04:33pm EST

Does your company need a board of advisers?

Stan Krejci of the SK Group discusses the idea of a board of advisers with host Mark Amtower. Does your company need one? How should you assemble one?
November 29, 2010 (Encore Presentation)

Tags: Stan Krejci , SK Group , industry , management , Contracting , Mark Amtower , Amtower Off Center

Monday - 11/29/2010, 12:22pm EST
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Narrowbanding broadens contracting funding

Government contractors can expect a flurry of public safety interoperable communications projects as the Federal Communications Commission's narrowbanding deadline nears. INPUT's Jeff Webster and Kate Gollogly explain.

Tags: Federal Drive , Contracting , Technology , INPUT , Jeff Webster , Kate Gollogly

Monday - 11/29/2010, 10:41am EST
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Kempf sets 'bold' vision for GSA acquisition service

The commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service wants to take his organization to new heights in how it serves its agency and vendor customers. FAS saw its revenue grow to $52 billion in 2010, but Kempf wants to offer more services and meet its customers' needs better to increase its revenue. FAS will require all new schedule contract offers and modifications to be done electronically by the end of 2011.

Tags: Contracting , industry , Steve Kempf , GSA , Federal Acquisition Service , schedules contracting , SmartBUY , strategic sourcing , acquisition workforce , Jason Miller

Wednesday - 11/24/2010, 06:33pm EST
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Air Force fires two after tanker mail mix-up

Learn more in today's DoD report

Tags: Federal Drive , defense , DoD Report , Air Force , Boeing , EADS , Contracting

Wednesday - 11/24/2010, 08:40am EST
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