Agency hopes common platform will cut costs and accelerate future development.
The House Veterans Affairs Committee has directed six formal inquiries to VA's Office of Information and Technology since Oct. 23, totaling more than 100 questions concerning routine IT security practices.
VanRoekel, Energy Department's Bectel say data feeds should be deemed essential.
CMS identifies "emblematic" private-sector contributors and clarifies team structures, as Issa presses tech firms for assistance details.
Contracts for high-tech sensor system will wait until at least early 2014.
The agency plans to centralize its regional IT operations under CIO Casey Coleman.
Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis might have lost his clearance under measures outlined in new legislation, supporters claim.
The GSA vehicle has already changed the Air Force's procurement operations for the better, official says.
The vote for what is normally an uncontroversial position was unusually partisan.
Under scrutiny from lawmaker, the HHS secretary answers some key questions, but others remain open.
Susan Cain, author of a recent book on introverts in the workplace, suggests that open office spaces may not be a good idea for everyone.
As the Army continues to overhaul and streamline the ways it buys technology, one person is working behind the scenes to make the processes more transparent.