By Michal Conger | 11/21/13 05:47 PM
A nonprofit watchdog organization won its Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the General Services Administration on Thursday and has released 13 years of federal contract data on its website. The Sunlight Foundation filed the suit on Monday seeking the release of federal contract...
11/20/13 04:26 PM
The Environmental Protection Agency issued draft guidelines Wednesday in support of the federal government’s effort to go green with its purchasing policies. The initiative, dating back to 2011, is meant to guide buying decisions at federal agencies, which must ensure that 95 percent of...
By Michal Conger | 11/20/13 08:04 AM
A nonprofit watchdog has filed a Freedom of Information Act suit to force General Services Administration officials to release federal contract documents that are supposed to be publicly available.
By Kelly Cohen | 11/14/13 06:34 PM
Internal management problems in the General Services Administration's Washington, D.C., regional office have caused repeated procurement failures, the agency's inspector general has found. The Nov. 7 audit found little progress has been made in fixing issues identified by the IG between fiscal...
By Luke Rosiak | 11/14/13 04:42 PM
House Oversight Committee officials led by Darrell Issa, R-Calif., have launched an investigation into multiple allegations of wrongdoing at the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service.
By Kelly Cohen | 11/05/13 12:50 PM
Flaws in the Small Business Administration allow large businesses to get awards and contracts really meant for small businesses, the agency's inspector general found. The Oct. 31 audit was an update on 11 management and performances challenges the SBA is attempting to fix. The SBA's...
By Kelly Cohen | 10/29/13 05:16 PM
Federal contractor Axway overcharged the General Services Administration and now has to pay — $6.2 million, to be exact.
By Mark Flatten | 10/25/13 07:29 PM
Lavish spending at a pair of training conferences put on by the Department of Veterans Affairs in 2011 will be investigated at a hearing Wednesday by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. The conferences in Orlando cost taxpayers about $6.1 million, as much as $762,000 of...
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