Despite recent criticism from the agency's inspector general, GSA officials believe their estimates of savings from a cloud migration are on target.
Has GSA made progress in moving the agency from Lotus Notes to the cloud? According to the Inspector General, it's hard to tell from the agency's performance measures.
As cybersecurity legislation languishes in Congress and the president mulls an executive order, critical infrastructure remains under-secured and disputes over leadership linger, according to a panel of experts.
A top VA official has resigned and others have been put on an administrative leave in the course of an inspector general probe into spending on training conferences.
DHS head defends the need for executive action on cybersecurity, but says it won't include some things that 'only legislation can do.'
More focus on building and enhancing the employer brand could help agencies find and keep talent.
Two presidents have pushed agencies to adopt the next-generation internet protocol, but four years later progress is still slow.
The military is facing the risk of digital sabotage in counterfeit electronics components infiltrating defense systems.
When exploring the solar system, NASA's 'we can do it' attitude is critical for success. On more down-to-earth projects, however, it can create problems.
Although Congress couldn't agree on cybersecurity legislation earlier this year, at least one member insists it's still possible.
The General Service Administration's Schedule 70 contracts offer agencies an easy route to acquire IT-related products and services, and many vendors and contractors do a brisk business using it. Here are the top 50.
Policies and guidance help move agile development along, but agencies are struggling with challenges rooted in cultural issues.