A program designed to fast-track network capabilities for troops is too often letting inferior technologies advance, GAO finds.
Draft guidance adds 'provenance' as an explicit risk category, outlines potentially expensive documentation process.
The government has access to all manner of exciting and useful technologies, but is not always able to take full advantage of them.
The federal government’s first major pilot program for cloud-based identity management now has a vendor, and it's Canadian.
The board of the federal agency charged with managing the development of a nationwide wireless emergency communications network has approved an almost $200 million spending plan for the project in 2014 and appointed a White House budget official to manage it.
The Transportation Department relies too heavily on cost-reimbursement contracts, according to a report from the DOT inspector general.
NASA's new five-year IT acquisitions vehicle extends restrictions on sourcing computer gear manufactured in China.
IT procurement vehicle moves to final RFP.
Energy Department research labs want half their contracts to go to small businesses.
Suit claims IBM protest was "meritless;" IBM counters with its "long history of delivering successful transformational projects."
The Homeland Security Department plans to deploy an electronic document classification management tool designed to match up with other federal intelligence networks.
A year-old deportation relief program for foreign-born, U.S.-raised students could provide a glimpse of the kinds of big-data demands that some federal agencies would have to deal with if comprehensive immigration legislation is enacted.