The Federal Acquisition Institute wants to develop mobile apps to help employees experiment with techniques and strategies in a low-risk environment.
FCW's Troy Schneider asks: In 2014, can something change everything?
Republicans and Democrats are creating a lot of smoke in Hill hearings about the troubled website, and experts are not adding much clarity to the fire.
The Senate could soon send the bill, intended to tighten investigations of contractors and federal employees, to the White House for President Obama's signature.
Government faces a multitude of challenges in using big data effectively -- including legal obstacles and cultural barriers -- but experts say the reward is worth the risk.
Veterans Affairs has not fully responded to questions from Congress about data breaches dating back almost two years.
Online tracking tools, virtual and videoconferencing, webinars and other digital options have saved billions in travel costs, OMB and GSA say.
Congressional report finds department has not factored tech advances into its space needs at St. Elizabeth's campus.
Of 80 investments reviewed, 27 had ratings that were inconsistent with investment risk, according to the Government Accountability Office.
The congressional watchdog's director of IT management issues previews the upcoming oversight agenda.
The General Services Administration's social media program manager has a short list of signals to watch.
A pair of key senators told their House colleagues that paying acquisition experts more could have long-term benefits.