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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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Many government contractors are worried, fearful and in disbelief about the General Services Administration's implementation of its Transactional Data Rule. There are calls for delays in implementation and more training for contracting officers and contracting specialists....

source: Federal News Radio

This week, GSA hosted a roundtable discussion on the Transactional Data Reporting rule and what it means for GSA's agency customers and contractors. After listening to the TDR roundtable dialogue, the question that arises is whether GSA is actively listening to the questions...

source: The Coalition for Government Procurement

President Trump's order for a 90-day governmentwide hiring freeze to reduce the federal workforce through attrition will impact about 19,000 jobs, a consulting firm estimates. Kevin Plexico, vice president for research at Deltek, offered...

source: Government Executive

An obsession with savings can give anyone a bad name. If you're a procurement professional, however, chances are you will be measured, at least to some extent, on savings. Even if you have a value-based measurement system, savings in some form will still likely deliver a...

source: Spend Matters

The pace at which the Marine Corps is getting its new F-35B Joint Strike Fighter aircraft is "anemic," the service's head of aviation said this week, adding that the Corps could handle a much faster ramp-up. Speaking to reporters at the Pentagon, Lt. Gen. Jon "Dog" Davis,...

source: DoD Buzz

The Senate narrowly confirmed President Donald Trump's pick for budget director, Rep. Mick Mulvaney, bucking hawkish lawmakers who protested over his past support of defense cuts. The Senate voted 51-49 to confirm Mulvaney, R-S.C., as head of the Office of Management and...

source: Defense News

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