The next step in making the most of cloud services is establishing effective acquisition strategies for federal agencies.
Although the measure stands little chance of becoming law, it provides a rhetorical launching pad for Democrats who accuse the GOP of demonizing federal workers.
The Automated Commercial Environment is set to be fully in place by the end of 2016 and will replace CBP’s legacy import/export data systems.
Delays could hurt the Joint Strike Fighter's capabilities even as the planes enter the Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps fleets.
Network functions virtualization promises to save time and money by running components such as firewalls and intrusion detection as virtual machines.
The IRS has its own IT office dedicated to compliance, but wants help dealing with a flurry of new releases due by 2016.
Trying to determine when spy agencies are required to dispose of data is something of a mystery, even to them.
Experts say cyber-response consolidation is a laudable goal, but warn that it is also fraught with potential problems.
An audit ripped the U.S. Attorneys’ office for failing to secure laptops and tablets holding sensitive information.
While government can see the potential of mobile, lack of coordination is a recipe for failure, says HP Enterprise Services executive Bryan Coapstick.
Although there are countless opportunities to go astray when developing agencywide IT projects, most troubled programs make major mistakes right out of the starting block.
Feds hope to make a virtue of necessity by overhauling the acquisition landscape in response to stagnant IT budgets.