Agency News: GSA


Mobile apps feature per diems

Federal employees traveling on official business can now check their per-diem allowances on new mobile applications.

Competition in new IT contract may take old path

GSA squeezed 599 small businesses into four categories of business, but the orders still will go to a few aggressive companies and may even cause headaches for agencies.

All of GSA's e-mail now in Google cloud

The General Services Administration has successfully migrated its 17,000 e-mail users to Google Apps for Government, according to GSA Administrator Martha Johnson.

Agencies need to tighten telework coordination, GAO says

Potential agency IT limitations weren't taken into account before the "unscheduled telework" option for federal employees went into effect earlier this year, a new report said.

Telework centers: real telework?

Can you call it telework if you're driving to an office every day?

Federal workspace won't look the same in the future

The federal workspace of the future is going to look very different because of technology, according to the administrator of the General Services Administration.

The trends that shape the future of federal IT

A senior General Services Administration official said several IT trends will drive what's going on in the federal government for some time.

The best of the federal blogosphere

'Ancient Chinese secret’ goes mainstream; TSA employees in trouble; Farm-fresh blogging; Visiting the floods.

More federal agencies blog on Tumblr

Tumblr is growing in popularity as a blogging platform for federal agencies, and a Tumblr executive explains why.

Agencies, industry seek answers to mobile puzzle

Federal executives, vendors and other interested parties can join crowdsourcing discussions online about federal mobile computing.

GSA seeks ‘anytime, anywhere, any device’ infrastructure

GSA is trying to figure out how it should structure two major IT task orders in light of a quickly evolving agency.

Federal workplace to rely more on mobile, panelists say

Experts offered insights on the future of mobile devices in the federal workplace in a panel discussion.

Who's Fed 100-worthy?

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Federal 100 awards. Get the details and submit your picks!