A coalition of industry groups is asking lawmakers to keep supply-chain restrictions out of upcoming funding bills.
The final deal calls for $1 trillion in spending for fiscal 2014, reduces sequestration cuts, adds money for defense and domestic programs, and requires newly hired federal employees to contribute more to their retirement plans.
A new report from the Center for American Progress warns about the impact of the next round of sequester cuts on federal programs, including IT.
If CIOs can drive five tactical changes — and get the leadership support to do so — federal IT can be transformed by 2018.
NASA officials said their failure to comply with the PortfolioStat directive does not translate to a lack of oversight.
The National Federation of Federal Employees president is predicting another shutdown come January.
Legislation alone will not fix federal IT management, Richard Spires argues, but there are fundamental problems that a new statute can help address.
Tighter budgets are forcing leaders to find creative ways to upgrade their technology.
In the public sector, 59 percent of respondents said funding was the biggest limiting factor in their organization’s tech project success.
The legislation would also target insider threats in the wake of the leaks by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency looks for new challenges in a post-Iraq, post-Afghanistan world.
Pentagon officials, legislators trade blame over lack of fiscal clarity.