The White House and Republicans in Congress are getting closer on cybersecurity, but industry has new concerns.
Widespread support exists for creating a national data-breach reporting standard, but details remain to be ironed out.
The American Customer Satisfaction Index blames the decline on budget and staff cuts.
Several activities in the new Congress signal a shift in spending and strategy that will require increased support from contractors.
Draft baseline to be released for public comment on Jan. 27.
Today’s pockets of innovation give glimpses of the tomorrow’s buyers and marketplace.
Transition to take place Feb. 14; work on Acquisition of the Future to continue.
People who work with GSA are confident that others who share Dan Tangherlini's reform instincts will keep the efforts running after his departure.
HHS IG says CMS failed to develop an “overarching acquisition strategy” for the HealthCare.gov.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Eliminating the hassle of entering multiple passwords to navigate secure sites online will spark heavier public use, possibly affecting federal networks down the road.
The Obama administration has publicly accused North Korea of sponsoring the massive hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, and levied fresh sanctions against the Hermit Kingdom. For some inside and outside of government, that's not enough.