News and notes from around the federal IT community.
After a 40-year career, Steve Cooper came out of retirement to take the CIO reins at the sprawling agency.
IT leaders at the Health and Human Services Department considered pushing for a limited launch to test for problems, but were rebuffed.
A Commerce Department IG report and a joint congressional investigation effectively cleared the Philadelphia Census office of allegations that it manipulated data for political purposes but found plenty of other problems.
The head of the Federal Acquisition Service says “category hallways” will be beacons to federal buyers and suppliers looking for ways to manage the procurement process.
The Northern Virginia Technology Council volunteered its services in June to help the Veterans Affairs Department fix its patient scheduling system.
The formerly feds-only project is a one-stop shop for agencies to find and buy shared services.
Agiliance is complaining that two companies involved in the Department of Homeland Security's acquisition engaged in questionable joint marketing.
Tales from the trenches about why it's so hard to get buy-in for cyber and other IT initiatives.
The Navy’s Next Generation Enterprise Network is slated for full operation throughout the service on Oct. 1.
GSA CIO Sonny Hashmi’s "Jedi Council" is assisting the development of new technology at the agency, then explaining how to use it.
Firm confirms that key contract will expire Sept. 30.