Pratap Chatterjee testifies about the contracting process before the Commission on Wartime Contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Pratap Chatterjee reports on a private workshop featuring senior government officials and industry representatives sharing examples of best practices in how the government buys and manages information technology.
Pratap Chatterjee explains why the Pentagon is right that employing government workers to do government work rather than expensive outside contractors makes sense.
“Buying less and buying smarter” has helped the White House cut costs on contract spending, writes Pratap Chatterjee.
Senators at today’s subcommittee hearing need to tackle certain key issues to help improve the federal contract auditing process.
“Insourcing” jobs from contractors back to the permanent federal workforce should be a priority for the military, writes Pratap Chatterjee.
Donna Cooper and Raj Sharma detail how the federal government can save on the goods and services it buys and sells.
The White House is set to unveil a new strategy for IT procurement that could save $80 billion, writes Pratap Chatterjee.
Raj Sharma outlines 10 ways the federal government can save $400 billion over 10 years by changing the way it buys goods and services.
Scott Lilly examines opportunities to reduce spending in government procurement.
OMB should use a new social networking platform to develop an integrated system for collaboration among federal IT employees, write Will Thomas and Pratap Chatterjee.
Raj Sharma on the the OMB's conflicting government procurement guidance and ways to avoid confusion in the future.