Agencies


Image from GCN: Tarrazzia Martin

The government 'transformation queen'

HUD’s Tarrazzia Martin was one of the first 100 employees at the Department of Homeland Security.

Image from Shutterstock.com

Watching ICANN, denying hackers and controlling UAVs

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

SEWP V

NASA names more SEWP V winners

Forty-one contracts were awarded in the Server Support Devices/Multi-functional Devices Group.

Source: USNavyResearch on Youtube: <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITTvgkO2Xw4&feature=youtu.be>

Navy takes another step in developing drone boats

The Office of Naval Research says a technological breakthrough will pave the way for the use of unmanned boats to detect threats and launch attacks.

Col. Robert Collins

New program manager of DCGS-A hopes for strong start

Col. Robert Collins says close feedback from industry and soldiers can help improve a program that has struggled with inefficiencies.

contract signing

FAR Council sets new contract numbering plan

The rule is the result of a Government Accountability and Transparency Board recommendation to implement a uniform system for identifying the government's financial transactions.

handshake

HHS Buyers Club cuts first contract, looks for more

More deals might have to wait until a new funding measure is enacted in the lame-duck session of Congress that starts next month.

Shutterstock image: ebola virus.

Jedi mind tricks, Virginia tech and Ebola modeling

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

Shutterstock image: examining computer code.

Can CDM change the game?

The Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program represents a dramatic shift from the government's traditional focus on certifying systems as secure and then rechecking them every so often.

Image from Shutterstock.com

IGs and cloud, smartphones and predators, and more

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

HealthCare.gov Screenshot, September 2014

Revamped HealthCare.gov site ready for prime time, officials say

CMS executives describe testing efforts, preview changes made for next open enrollment period.

Social Media Tree

Twitter's soft power

A former U.S. diplomat argues that social media is extending the range and influence of foreign leaders