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Deltek Analyzes DoD, OMB Cyber Budget

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Deltek has noted discrepancies in the cybersecurity budget request figures of the Defense Department and the Office of Management and Budget, The Washington Post reported Monday. John Slye, an advisory research analyst at Deltek and author of the report, quoted news reports as saying the Pentagon is seeking $4.6 billion ...

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GSA Creating Professional Services Contract Vehicle

The U.S. General Services Administration is preparing a new governmentwide contract vehicle for agencies to acquire professional services. Mary Davie, assistant commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service‘s integrated technology services office, said Tuesday that GSA is preparing to propose the Integrations contract vehicle to the Office of Management and Budget. ...

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OMB Report Claims $19 billion in Contracting Cost cuts

According to a recent report in the Washington Post, the Office of Management and Budget has found that federal agencies have cut close to $20 billion in contracting costs. In March 2009, President Obama instructed federal agencies to cut around $40 billion from contracting budgets over the next two years. ...

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Kundra IT Dashboard Unveiled Today

  Vivek Kundra, Chief Information Officer to the White House, launched the IT Dashboard today to tract all government information technology spending with major contractors, a $70 billion industry. The IT Dashboard is an example of the Obama Administration’s attempt to bring transparency to the US government.   At the Personal Democracy Forum ...

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