Suit claims IBM protest was "meritless;" IBM counters with its "long history of delivering successful transformational projects."
Survey suggests seven hours per week could be gained by better connectivity.
GSA's Mark Day warns that disconnects could complicate already-difficult IT challenges.
The government has plans to use commercial data to sniff out improper payments.
Now more than ever, it is vital for federal managers to invest in their own professional development.
The Homeland Security Department plans to deploy an electronic document classification management tool designed to match up with other federal intelligence networks.
Federal leaders need to balance their spending on operations and new projects to support strategic IT priorities and budget plans
The Federal Cloud Credential Exchange should simplify online credentialing of citizens, but systems that authenticate agency employees might be tougher.
Nearly a decade after HSPD-12 was issued, the Department of Homeland Security is beginning to make real progress on linking ID cards to their holders.
Offered by GSA and DHS, new purchase agreements provider continuous monitoring and other services to secure .gov websites.
Though the number of federal contractors has grown significantly over the past decade, examples of whistleblowing contractors are extraordinarily rare, and they don't enjoy the same protections as federal employees.
A high-level group of independent experts will review federal intelligence and communications technologies as a step in advancing the debate over U.S. surveillance activities, but who will lead the group and determine its membership remains unclear.