News and notes from around the federal IT community.
FOIA officers could save money and time by releasing certain types of frequently requested material in a machine readable format, like the disclosure of payment information under the Data Act.
FCW sat down recently for an exclusive interview with Greg Ambrose, the State Department's director of consular systems and technology, who talked about how his office is trying to prevent a repeat of the malfunction its visa and passport database experienced July 20.
FCW's exclusive interview with Greg Ambrose, the State Department’s director of consular systems and technology, who talked about how his office is trying to prevent a repeat of this summer's visa and passport database malfunction.
A new report from the Association of Proposal Management Professionals says the acquisition process is fine, but the way it’s used is not.
The latest offering is intended to help agencies speed the process of deploying authorized cloud solutions.
GAO says Customs and Border Protection could do a better job analyzing information gathered on security tests at ports of entry.
Reviewing social media posts as part of background checks is becoming more widespread, and even job candidates are beginning to support the practice.
Forty-one contracts were awarded in the Server Support Devices/Multi-functional Devices Group.
Agencies use different ways to count savings, making estimates difficult to pin down.
Col. Robert Collins says close feedback from industry and soldiers can help improve a program that has struggled with inefficiencies.
The rule is the result of a Government Accountability and Transparency Board recommendation to implement a uniform system for identifying the government's financial transactions.