The Veterans Affairs Department's information technology budget gets a hefty raise next year under a proposal released by the House Appropriations Committee.
CIO shares successful savings strategies.
The VA Acquisition Academy's Lisa Doyle created the Warriors to Workforce program to train wounded veterans to become acquisition professionals.
Updated guidelines on reverse auctions require contracting officers to show how they benefit the agency's bottom line.
The Veterans Affairs Department has awarded a new contract for development of a joint platform for an electronic health record system with the Defense Department.
Jan Frye says reverse auctions seem to have allowed contracting officers to take a lax approach to their work.
A Veterans Benefits Administration official testified to a House committee that the agency is on the right track toward meetings its goal of eliminating the claims backlog.
The Veterans Affairs Department is leading the charge to improve procurement through better communication with industry.
Agencies are asked to plan ahead to implement "Do Not Pay" tool into existing operations.
A progress report on innovation challenges released by the White House indicates that some federal agencies are paying for contractor assistance in administering the challenges.
Audit finds Veterans Affairs Department has made strides, but is still not meeting FISMA directives with its information security program.
VA CIO Roger Baker pulled the plug on a deal in which the agency pays annual fees to get discounted upgrades.