Senator calls for elimination of nearly 400 no-longer-necessary reports.
The Defense Department alone is exempt from a new law that puts a new spotlight on agency-run programs intended to aid small businesses.
A government-specific terms-of-service agreement makes it safe for agencies to use the picture-hosting social-media service.
Bid protests may be a necessary way for companies to stand up for their interests, but they also can be a tactic to game the system, according to some analysts.
In the new year, DISA will have a key role in finding and implementing shared IT services across DOD.
Despite past reports highlighting various deficiencies, many recommendations have not been implented yet, IG tells Congressional panel.
NASA's plans to move to a content management system with open source architecture would govern 140 websites and 1,600 assets and applications.
The Industrial Funding Fee could support programs beyond the Multiple Award Schedules, GSA officials say.
Hillary Clinton's expected successor lacks her public commitment to "21st-Century Statecraft," but experts predict he would advance the initiative.
Cyber defense gets more prominent role -- with clearer authorities and greater oversight -- under National Defense Authorization Act for 2013.
The General Services Administration met its self-imposed year-end deadline to begin approving cloud providers.
Purchase agreement with InfoZen covers web sites, applications and a content management system replacement.