Public Spend Forum’s Public Procurement Weekly Roundup

18 Jan 2019
Industry experts share insights on federal tech trends for the new year, a group of senators are working to ensure that contractors will be paid back when funding is passed, and California governor promotes a new procurement tool that allows for solution development and collaboration. All this and...

Public Spend Forum’s Public Procurement Weekly Roundup

11 Jan 2019
While the military’s budget may be funded, other federal agencies are running late with payments to defense firms, an audit shows that a statewide system could have saved Oregon more than $1 billion over the last two years, and  HHS is standing up an AI contract other agencies can use. All this...

Public Spend Forum’s Public Procurement Weekly Roundup

21 Dec 2018
Amazon formally joins the latest legal battle over the right to build the Pentagon’s $10 billion war cloud, DHS prefers existing IT services contracts to EAGLE recompete, and federal government acquisition could look a lot like the consumer experience of shopping online by the end of 2019. All...

Public Spend Forum’s Public Procurement Weekly Roundup

14 Dec 2018
GSA extends EIS transition deadline and plans to pilot an e-commerce platform next year while the GAO recently dismissed IBM’s JEDI protest. All this and more in Public Spend Forum’s Weekly Roundup for December 14, 2018.   GSA’s Move to Extend EIS Telecom Contract Transition Could be...

Public Spend Forum’s Public Procurement Weekly Roundup

7 Dec 2018
USAF’s new initiative aims to speed acquisition for tech products and services, DHS releases list research areas it plans to pursue in partnership with innovative small businesses, and GSA plans to rollout schedules reform through 2020. All this and more in Public Spend Forum’s Weekly Roundup...

Public Spend Forum’s Public Procurement Weekly Roundup

30 Nov 2018
GSA plans to consolidate 24 multiple award schedules into one, IBM adds to its JEDI cloud contract protest, and are agencies making the grade on cyber hygiene? DHS looks to find out with AWARE algorithm. All this and more in Public Spend Forum’s Weekly Roundup for November 30, 2018.   CDM...

Public Spend Forum’s Public Procurement Weekly Roundp

16 Nov 2018
GAO shuts down Oracle’s JEDI protest, DHS plans to make a decision on EAGLE II by the end of the year, and Northrop owes $30 million for fraudulent costs. All this and more in Public Spend Forum’s Weekly Roundup for November 16, 2018.   Oracle’s JEDI Protest Denied The Government...

Public Spend Forum’s Public Procurement Weekly Roundup

9 Nov 2018
IBM’s acquisition could reshape the federal cloud landscape, a new toolkit is giving small cities a big chance for procurement innovation, and Amazon HQ2 could pose an issue for defense firms. All this and more in Public Spend Forum’s Weekly Roundup for November 9, 2018. IBM’s Planned Red Hat...