ETL is about to release its first major report—a study of the Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program. The report is not even public yet, but it was already highlighted in the Wall Street…
Putting together a strong team for the pursuit of a government contract is a key component of modern government contracting.
According to data presented by Russell Wheeler of the Brookings Institution, President Obama has seen a higher judicial confirmation rate (92 percent) after six years in office than did President George W. Bush (84 percent) and President Clinton (89 percent) at this point in their terms.
Last month, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims denied a post-award bid protest of a contract set aside by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) for AbilityOne Program contractors.
The State of the Union Address, scheduled for January 20, 2015, will contain new initiatives related to privacy, White House officials say. The known initiatives are the introduction of a data breach reporting bill, a bill restricting the sale of student information, and a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights.
On January 20, 2015, President Obama will address Congress with his annual State of the Union report. On Monday, the president spoke at the Federal Trade Commission, providing a “sneak peek” of the privacy and cybersecurity agenda that he intends to set.
The Federal Aviation Administration will allow CNN to test the use of drones in news gathering under a research agreement that will study how drones can be used safely and effectively by news organizations.
On January 6, 2015, the California High-Speed Rail Authority (the Authority) achieved a significant milestone – the groundbreaking of the only high-speed rail system in the United States.
After their first full week in the 114th Congress, members of the U.S. House and U.S. Senate return on Monday for a second week of legislative business focused on energy, the economy, and an appropriations measure that will focus debate on immigration issues, especially the President’s executive action of last year to benefit those in the country illegally.
The FAA recently granted two new Section 333 Petitions for Exemption. The first permits the use of a UAS in precision agriculture, and the second is for real estate photography. This brings the total number of exemptions granted to 14. Recent reports indicate that approximately 220 petition for exemptions have been filed to date.