News and notes from around the federal IT community.
GSA is including a clause in the EIS contract to bring it in line with the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation System.
The authors of the last big federal IT reform law left Congress soon after enactment. Virginia Democrat Gerry Connolly says "we're going to continue to watch over" FITARA implementation.
The Department of Labor experienced the most improvement in a survey of Senior Executive Service satisfaction, while Defense and Veterans Affairs continued to lag the field.
Greg Godbout's advice to agencies confronted with data-based evidence of a project's failure? Admit you messed up and quickly change direction.
Federal CIO Tony Scott wants to re-imagine government processes for cloud.
Weeks after first disclosing massive breaches, OPM has shuttered a vital background check system.
The moves include the promotion of Deputy CIO Margie Graves, the appointment of CTO Michael Hermus and creation of a new deputy CIO post.
NGA Deputy Director Susan Gordon says coming guidance will put tangible policy behind the agency’s oft-stated goal of more quickly deploying technologies.
18F's novel agile procurement attempt is pushed back while the agency works to answer all the vendor questions pouring in.
Linking buildings to monitoring systems is becoming increasingly sophisticated, and GSA is hoping to use the IoT to cut costs and boost energy efficiency.
Focus on the people today if you want agile to succeed tomorrow, argues Lawrence Fitzpatrick.