The VA hopes to have a quick patch for scheduling software in place as it pursues a new system.
A handful of agencies, including the departments of State and Veterans Affairs, are lagging behind the pack in releasing their open government plans.
Only about one in four executives in a new survey said security was among the top five strategic priorities at their companies.
Everyone agrees that electronic health record systems work only when different platforms can communicate, but standards are still a work in progress.
New analysis from Deltek suggests that fourth-quarter agency spending could be especially strong this year.
Software-defined environments break down the silos between network, storage and computing capabilities -- something most agencies are just beginning to explore.
A decision by senior IT officials to review every tech purchase of more than $3,000 has paid handsome dividends at the Interior Department.
Financial shared services and Data Act compliance will drive more CIO/CFO collaboration. Here's how it should work.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The Partnership for Public Service's latest hiring report reveals a federal workforce that is not getting any bigger or younger.
Executives in charge of government-wide acquisition contracts discuss how they're adapting to agencies' changing needs.
Undersecretary Frank Kendall sees cultural change taking root among the Pentagon's 150,000-strong acquisition workforce.