Considerable worry about security is leavened by what many IT managers term a "very successful" experience with cloud services.
Today’s pockets of innovation give glimpses of the tomorrow’s buyers and marketplace.
A final indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity IT services solicitation is expected in the third quarter of 2015.
People who work with GSA are confident that others who share Dan Tangherlini's reform instincts will keep the efforts running after his departure.
HHS IG says CMS failed to develop an “overarching acquisition strategy” for the HealthCare.gov.
A DISA project with Metalogix is aimed at dispensing with the kind of thumb drives that aided NSA contractor Edward Snowden's activities.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
A year removed from GSA, Casey Coleman reflects on the latest trends -- and on how her agency-CIO perspective informs her work today with AT&T Government Solutions.
Managing the seamless transition of 24/7 service requires real coordination -- and an agency committed to making the contractors play nice.
The federal business headed by Joe Jordan will retain the FedBid name.
Women remain sorely underrepresented in the federal IT workforce, much as they are in Silicon Valley and elsewhere. But at least the pay gap picture looks better.
Marilyn Tavenner was thrust into the spotlight after the ill-fated launch of HealthCare.gov in October 2013, and she was among the officials called on by Congress to explain the massive IT failure.