The chair and ranking member of the Senate Intelligence Committee say they've addressed privacy and liability concerns, and predict both chambers can move cyber legislation after the election.
Firm touts cost and flexibility in its VistA-based bid for an $11 billion defense health record contract.
The breach apparently affected only unclassified networks, but the White House is revealing few details.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini remains effusive about the problem-solving potential of government.
Considerable skepticism persists about digital identity verification, according to a Forrester Research brief.
News and notes from around the federal IT community
It takes at least six months to get from RFP to a contract award, and "six months is a lifetime when it comes to security," says the Navy's Victor Gavin.
Obama administration officials are confident a solid foundation and a new team will support open-government plans even after the departure of two key leaders.
The obstacles are many, but the Open Standard's Matt Rosenberg argues that database innovations could help build public awareness of IGs' vital work.
Deputy Federal CIO Mikey Dickerson says senior leaders need to get better about understanding technology to improve outcomes on large scale IT projects.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is considering shifting data processing for the employee verification system to the cloud while maintaining the public-facing Web presence.