Lawmakers criticize agencies for underestimating by several thousand the number of data centers involved in a consolidation initiative.
Experienced contracting officers are finding it harder to stay motivated in the face of stagnant federal budgets, but OFPP head Joe Jordan has some ideas.
Agencies taking part in the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative have more than twice as many data centers as OMB once thought. OMB says better tracking and a broader definition account for the discrepancy.
Army finishing transition that could save up to $380 million over the next few years.
The cloud provider is challenging the corrective action that GAO recommended to the CIA after upholding a bid protest.
Alejandro Mayorkas under scrutiny for allegedly helping a Chinese investor get a visa at contractor's behest.
Putting dollar figures on the effects of hacking, loss of intellectual property and deployment of preventive measures is harder than it seems.
A new accreditation process will add rigor and depth to the analysis of an applicant's security standards, GSA promises.
Air Force funding maneuvers that saved some employees from furloughs and other fiscal stresses may have a hard time expanding as auditors want to see more proof of its effectiveness.
The Transportation Security Agency plans to dramatically expand its pre-screened passenger security program in the coming months, throwing open online enrollment and expanding the number of airports where travelers can go to provide biometric data.
Bob Lavigna brings more than 30 years of experience in workforce management to the pages of his new book, "Engaging Government Employees."
Agencies are ramping up efforts to reach the public via mobile technology, and finding that the endeavor is not as simple as it might look. Questions such as which mobile platform is best suited for the job are important to answer correctly.