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Data from the Government Accountability Office clearly show an upward trend in the number of bid protests, and procurement analysts told BNA there several explanations for the increase.
Federal suppliers are urging officials to stop computer security rulemakings for contractors until the government issues blanket cyber guidelines for all key industries in the fall. The argument is
The General Services Administration has failed to fully pay 1,334 federal contractors, shorting them by more than $3 million since 2008, according to a House committee report released Thursday.
The General Services Administration still permits vendors that provide inaccurate commercial sales data and supply unqualified labor to remain on schedules contract vehicles, says the agency's
Commerce Department employees in 2011 made improper transactions with department purchase cards that included transactions that exceeded the card holders limit, a May 2, 2013 Commerce Department
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Georgia Tech's Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2) launched its new web site on Mar. 20, 2013, featuring the full range of programs and resources available to industry (including startups), the
Georgia Tech Professional Education has awarded occupational safety and health certificates to 18 employees at Robins Air Force Base in Warner Robins, Ga., extending Georgia Tech’s relationship with
More than 50,000 men and women have been wounded in military service in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Many of these recently injured veterans are in rehabilitative centers where they face barriers that
The Georgia Institute of Technology and the California Institute of Technology’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) have formed a partnership to promote and encourage collaboration in space science and
Two major non-commercial health information technology organizations are working together in a new vendor-neutral health IT innovation network designed to stimulate development of new ideas and
Georgia Tech's comprehensive course on the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) is conveniently broken-up into four, one-week modules -- perfect for busy government officails and business people who
Counselors from procurement technical assistance centers (PTACs) across the country received training on the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) in a workshop conducted by The Contracting Education
On March 29, 2013, the Contracting Education Academy at Georgia Tech wrapped up a highly successful four-week course for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in New Orleans, La.
Starting in May 2013, The Contracting Education Academy at Georgia Tech will offer a new course focusing on the Fundamentals of Cost & Price Analysis in government contracting.
The popularity of the Contracting Education Academy's web site grew dramatically during 2012, with 16,570 people visiting the Academy's site over 21,000 times during the year. This represents a
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