General Services Administration makes self-imposed deadline for the successor to Networx -- albeit barely.
It has been more than two years since Lockheed Martin nabbed a $4.6 billion contract to manage DOD's global data network.
IG finds "potential criminal activity," but the investigation is on hold pending settlement of a dispute with a vendor over software licensing rights.
David Bowen, the Defense Health Agency's director of health IT, has a seriously complex to-do list.
While Congress debates the next step in DHS funding, the department is preparing for the worst.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Acting Defense Department CIO Halvorsen told a House Armed Services subcommittee that consolidating DOD data centers could require legislation.
GAO said implementation of its recommendations is "critical" to Congress getting good information from the IRS.
The spy agency wants to better integrate cybersecurity into its traditional human intelligence operations.
While a lapse in funding would have little “immediate operational impact” on cybersecurity, the longer-term ripple effects could be serious.
Former Justice Department CIO Van Hitch says it's not too early for his former colleagues to get ready to use their new authority.
Negotiated agreement means the reverse auction provider, suspended late last month, can resume federal business now that Chairman Ali Saadat has resigned.