News and notes from around the federal IT community
CIOs might initially feel out of place in the world of e-discovery, but their information expertise is essential to the process, writes Recommind's Phil Favro.
Lt. Gen. Michael Basla says IT budget reporting is a "deficiency" that he hopes to begin to address before his retirement in November.
The initiative, scheduled for completion late next year, is aimed at reducing redundant acquisition programs.
The seamless transfer of health data could mean large incumbent providers lose market advantage and the ability to act as information gatekeepers.
Kendall, Hagel make the geopolitical case for improving defense acquisition as the Pentagon prepares to announce the latest version of its reform program.
Here is what it takes, both officially and informally, to make the partnership between an agency and a contractor succeed.
Congress no longer even tries to get real appropriations done by Sept. 30. Here's the fiscal 2015 reality.
Why SBInet, HealthCare.gov and ECSS are just the beginning of large-scale IT project failures.
Agency had planned a pause, but found a better solution that can accommodate new additions.
Mike Hettinger argues that we need acquisition officials who understand not only the letter of the FAR, but also the spirit of its intent.
An IG report details 60 contracts that went into building the Federally Facilitated Marketplace.