The final documents opening a new GSA contract to bidders are expected by Aug. 1.
The procurement agency could add certain types of IT hardware including printers and keyboards to a strategic-sourcing program.
Did the Edward Snowden incident kill Change.gov? At least one transparency advocate thinks it's possible.
FITARA's effort to make CIOs political appointees reflects a rift between lawmakers and those who actually run government programs, says Bob Woods.
NIST's work on a cyber framework is already underway. A new bill would give the institute statutory support for its executive-order duties.
A new report provides guidance for agency officials tasked with developing social media privacy policies.
While recognizing that the agency's solutions aren't right for every situation, GSA's head wants to see its share of the federal market grow.
Air Force funding maneuvers that saved some employees from furloughs and other fiscal stresses may have a hard time expanding as auditors want to see more proof of its effectiveness.
'We don't have to look far to know the process is broken,' one House critic declares.
General counsel discusses NSA surveillance, says new technology demands new thinking from the intelligence community.
Despite GSA's empbrace of the procurement technique, some lawmakers seek to restrict its use.
Legislation and a new GSA contract could bolster practices intended to amplify federal buying power.