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Federal employees respond as sequester takes toll

With the arrival of April 1, the across-the-board automatic spending cuts known as the sequester are still on schedule to go into effect. The $1.2 trillion in cuts authorized under the Budget Control Act negotiated by President Barack Obama and Congress were signed...

source: By Maurice Leach
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The Army is still trying to get its $5 billion Army Desktop and Mobile Computing 3 contract awarded in the face of protests and counter protests. In February, the Army made nine awards out of 58 bids and of course was hit with a slew of bid protests. Twenty-one companies...

source: FCW

The Defense Department is prompting Congress to take action on a handful of acquisition issues, mostly aimed at reducing regulations on the system, but some fear the proposals may harm government transparency as well. DoD has been...

source: Federal News Radio

The Army Research Lab is turning more of its attention to fighting land wars against far more technologically sophisticated adversaries than it has in the past several decades. In the coming months, the Lab will fund new programs related...

source: Government Executive

The Air Force canceled an already overdue project with Northrop Grumman to develop a critical network upgrade it needs to conduct air operations, and counterterrorism and humanitarian missions. The service "terminated the current Air Operations Center 10.2 contract with...

source: DoD Buzz

The Army is dialing up its lasers, from 5 to 10 kilowatt weapons that torched quadcopters in successful tests to 50 to 100 kW weapons that could kill helicopters and low-flying airplanes — and, possibly, blind cruise missiles as well. Given rising anxiety over Russia's...

source: Breaking Defense

I am often asked why government procurement is so focused on rules compliance and by doing so why it costs the general public far more money by having all these rules. Private sector procurement is efficient by the very nature of the ability to be much more flexible in the...

source: Daily Commercial News

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