After a month-long review to determine the way forward in a joint electronic health records program with the Veterans Affairs Department, DOD officials now say they will open their end of the system to competition.
After serving in an acting capacity for more than a year, Dan Tangherlini is the president's pick to take the role officially.
While NASA engineers are still working on the problem that sidelined the scope, no solution is in sight.
The General Services Administration's new blanket purchase agreement with the four major U.S. wireless carriers will not only allow the agency to consolidate service plans and centralize device management, it could save the government hundreds of millions of dollars.
A recent executive order exempts commercial information technology products from falling under the scope of critical infrastructure.
Federal CIO will take over while a permanent replacement for Jeffrey Zients is found.
Commercial cloud giant is the third provider approved to sell secure cloud products and services.
Security, procurement and management initiatives top the Obama administration's goals for federal IT.
A GAO report, echoing longstanding criticisms, diagnoses the causes of DOD's sputtering modernization progress.
The first phase of a joint U.S.-Canada effort includes collecting data and reconciling records.
The Naval Safety & Environmental Training Center provides training to some 10,000 Navy personnel and government civilians around the world each year.
A proposal to expand the system employers use to ensure employees are eligible to work in the United States failed in committee.