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OFPP and DoD Seek Input on Allowable Employee Compensation

The Office of Federal Procurement Policy and the Department of Defense seek public input for a report to Congress on alternative measures of allowable reimbursement for the compensation of contractor employees. The report is required by section 702 of the … Continue reading

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Chief Acquisition Officers Council Annouces Open Dialogue on Improving Federal Procurement

The General Services Administration’s Office of Federal Procurement Policy announced today that the Chief Acquisition Officers Council is conducting an open dialogue to discuss improvements to the federal acquisition process. According to OFPP, the dialogue is part an ongoing effort … Continue reading

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GAO Report Highlights Need For Greater Understanding of Training Costs, Benefits

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Earlier today, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) issued a report titled: Federal Agencies Obtain Training to Meet Requirements, but Have Limited Insight into Cost and Benefit of Training Investment. The report summarizes GAO’s findings from a survey it conducted of … Continue reading

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