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Contractors demand maximum telework authority as coronavirus furloughs loom

by Dave Nyczepir

“We’re really in uncharted territory here," said the attorney leading Ward & Berry's government contracts practice.

GSA will increase post-award feedback to offerers with INFORM 2.0

by Dave Nyczepir

Many contractors would like to see the INFORM process adopted by all federal agencies, finding it fairer and more helpful in crafting future contract submissions.

Shutdown could delay some of Trump’s IT reform goals

by Carten Cordell

As the partial government shutdown rocks on into its third week, the lack of appropriations are starting to sting federal programs, including the White House’s technology modernization efforts. Administration officials mobilized several efforts last year to upgrade the government’s IT infrastructure, including through the expansive President’s Management Agenda, which aims to tie workforce, technology and

AI could mean massive reskilling initiatives for the federal workforce

by Carten Cordell

Leaders from across the federal government have been banging the drum lately about the promises that artificial intelligence and automation hold for assisting an overwhelmed federal workforce. But to ensure that AI can be the “coworker” that tackles all of the time-crushing, labor-intensive work federal employees are accustomed to, it’s going to take a massive

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