The Enterprise Storage Service II contract will be worth up to $427 million.
Richard Spires considers the possibilities of consolidation — and the structural obstacles to overcome.
A congressional panel questions administration officials about the Obamacare website.
Social media management firm offers a glimpse into why some agencies hit their tweeting stride more often than others.
The VA's inspector general has rejected the department secretary's plan to provide answers to long-outstanding questions.
Report details 'mature data programs' that allow federal managers to discover what works and what doesn't.
Chao tells Congress the site's authority to operate was granted in a 'fairly nonstandard way.'
The survey responses reflect dips in morale based on sequestration furloughs, pay freezes, reduced opportunities for training and travel, and workplace satisfaction -- all before the shutdown, which happened after the survey was complete.
David Bray, who got his first federal job at 15, is now overhauling the Federal Communications Commission's outmoded IT.
Thanks to HealthCare.gov, IT procurement, enterprise architecture and project management are the talk of the town.
Unsealed court order says IBM 'manipulated its pricing' to provide grounds for a protest if it lost the contract.
The options for monitoring service-level agreements come in endless variety. The trick is figuring out which one to use.