NOAA is still trying to decide which personnel would be subject to furlough.
A federal contractor offers his view of how agencies can streamline the procurement process and get the solutions they need from industry.
Not all the news since last October has been bad, but everyone in federal IT just endured 12 straight months of meat-cleaver spending cuts, multiple shutdown threats and the severe restrictions on strategic planning that come with continuing resolutions.
After having its first protest rejected, Aljucar, Anvil-Incus & Co. is taking another shot.
The congressional inquiry joins other investigations launched after the deadly shooting rampage.
Total Workplace program will modernize the federal workforce while reducing costs for office space and energy, GSA argues.
Memo from Sylvia Mathews Burwell includes guidance on IT systems, contracts and other key questions.
Some IT procurement deals are bigger than others, not just in terms of dollars, but also in their implications and precedents for agencies and contractors. Here are five that bear watching.
Repealing, or at least delaying, the health care reform law remains a key priority for House Republicans.
Five organizations working to develop and pilot identity protection and verification systems have earned a funding boost.
An industry group objects to the price reduction clause in GSA Schedule contracts.
Department privacy officials argues that some IG policy recommendations are unrealistic and would be ineffective.