The maker of the popular BlackBerry is on the financial ropes. What does it mean for feds?
At the GSA Expo in San Antonio, officials handed out the two-page document that reminds federal employees of the rules.
The General Services Administration could come under tighter restrictions if new legislation passes, based on recent revelations about its spending habits.
Following the release of the Digital Government Strategy, GSA CIO Casey Coleman says her agency will looks to review its IT portfolio as part of the federal IT reform.
GSA teleworkers billed $750,000 in travel expenses, raising questions in Congress.
Officials require cloud service providers to get their systems tested before selling them to the government.
Auditors found that GSA had no strategy to determine the appropriate number of awards to issue on a blanket purchase agreement, promping action from the agency.
A senator takes her probe of employee bonuses governmentwide after learning that GSA paid more than $1 million to employees under investigation.
The new E-Gov Travel Service adds reporting capabilities, data analysis.
GSA's Inspector General has conducted pre-award audits on dozens of contracts and identified potential savings in the hundreds of millions.
Some GSA customer agencies may not be getting the best service in the Pacific Rim Region because the region is struggling with inventories and training, according to a new report.
Legislation that would restrict conferences is already having a chilling effect on government/industry communications, write FCW's Anne Armstrong.