GAO has upheld IBM's protest of the cloud-services contract that the CIA had awarded to Amazon.
Two major players in federal contracting join other providers in the ranks of the cloud-approved.
A GAO report offers suggestions to improve the government's performance data clearinghouse.
Testimony from officials and a forthcoming IG report paint a picture of inconsistent security measures that left veterans' personal data and medical records vulnerable, although some recent improvements have been made.
Mobile Work Exchange advises: The time to discover your plans are inadequate is before you need them to work.
After serving as Mr. Fix-it in the wake of a scandal, the GSA administrator is talking 10-year goals and preparing to drop the 'acting' from his title.
With the consolidation initiative now part of PortfolioStat, officials are rethinking its objectives.
Former EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson wasn't the only agency leader sending email under an alias.
A survey finds that a great deal of federal data is at risk in the event of a natural disaster or terrorist act.
New team draws from Veterans Affairs, the Government Accountability Office and the IRS' own Large Business and International Division.
Ongoing investigations center on 2010 awards program that cost more than $250,000.
An effort to streamline security clearance applications through easier reciprocity could bring some unintended consequences.