Suit claims IBM protest was "meritless;" IBM counters with its "long history of delivering successful transformational projects."
GSA's Mark Day warns that disconnects could complicate already-difficult IT challenges.
The new look for USA.gov and its Spanish-language version, GobiernoUSA.gov, is aimed at improving how users access government from any device.
The Homeland Security Department plans to deploy an electronic document classification management tool designed to match up with other federal intelligence networks.
A year-old deportation relief program for foreign-born, U.S.-raised students could provide a glimpse of the kinds of big-data demands that some federal agencies would have to deal with if comprehensive immigration legislation is enacted.
The Interior Department is making a big push to the cloud in the midst of transforming its IT capabilities by awarding 10 contracts valued at as much as $10 billion over the next decade.
New interactive screens at O’Hare help travelers speed their way through customs by eliminating the need to have border agents process their passports and declaration paperwork.
NASA has ended attempts to restore the malfunctioning $550 million Kepler spacecraft to full working order and are considering new missions.
Offered by GSA and DHS, new purchase agreements provider continuous monitoring and other services to secure .gov websites.
At least 15 DHS leadership positions are vacant or filled temporarily, and the department's head is leaving next month.
A high-level group of independent experts will review federal intelligence and communications technologies as a step in advancing the debate over U.S. surveillance activities, but who will lead the group and determine its membership remains unclear.
The Department of Homeland Security is ramping up a cloud make-over for its enterprise talent management system.