FOIA officers could save money and time by releasing certain types of frequently requested material in a machine readable format, like the disclosure of payment information under the Data Act.
A new report from the Association of Proposal Management Professionals says the acquisition process is fine, but the way it’s used is not.
Beginning next year, new payment processing terminals at federal agencies must have the necessary software to support new security features.
A decade after the 9/11 Commission identified agencies' reluctance to share information as a dangerous shortcoming, the government is moving in the right direction.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The rule is the result of a Government Accountability and Transparency Board recommendation to implement a uniform system for identifying the government's financial transactions.
More deals might have to wait until a new funding measure is enacted in the lame-duck session of Congress that starts next month.
Experts agree that applying analytics to acquisition could yield results in terms of cost and quality -- with the right data and know-how.
A former U.S. diplomat argues that social media is extending the range and influence of foreign leaders
The goal is to "improve acquisition in general, but also IT acquisition specifically," says Senior Enterprise Architect Nicole Willis.
Federal IT executives have been talking about agile development for years, but the iterative approach is now being incorporated into contracting requirements.
Department's IG highlights questions about reverse auctions in the wake of a critical report on VA procurement officer Susan Taylor.