The Coast Guard's efforts to connect multiple streams of data on potential maritime threats to be shared across federal, state and local law enforcement remains a work in progress.
GSA opens bidding on a long-awaited $10 billion services contract.
In a move aimed at streamlining capabilities, the General Services Administration is about to roll out optimized telephone and email contacts for those looking for acquisition help.
Strategic sourcing, ease and other factors make GSA's programs an ideal procurement mechanism for many situations, top official argues.
Border agency is using agile software development to incrementally improve its Document Image System.
Leaders warn of tough tradeoffs as the department strives to meet savings requirements in coming years.
Bill would put OMB in charge of goals, require OPM to lessen retirement claims backlog.
Senator blocks a confirmation vote for Katherine Archuleta, wants answers to his questions on health care reform.
The final documents opening a new GSA contract to bidders are expected by Aug. 1.
The iGuardian portal builds on older FBI programs, including its Guardian and eGuardian counter-terrorism and collaboration systems.
David Bray, an information specialist in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, has been named CIO of the Federal Communications Commission.
After having been down for several weeks, Change.gov has returned, a day after a transparency advocacy group called attention to the vanishing act.