News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Lawmakers said the lower funding level “will help prioritize and better target non-cybersecurity IT investments in an era of fiscal constraint.”
New analysis from Deltek suggests that fourth-quarter agency spending could be especially strong this year.
As other departments increase their technology spending, IT leaders can reap the benefits for the entire agency by following these five steps.
The spotlight on troubled federal IT project might loosen the purse strings a bit, suggests Capitol Solutions CEO David Taylor.
News and notes from around the federal IT community
The White House's budget proposal for fiscal 2015 includes $79 billion for federal IT. These 10 projects alone will eat up a full 7 percent of that money.
Policymakers attempting to revamp how the military buys and manages weapons and IT systems will have to overcome bureaucratic inertia and the tendency of reform efforts to repeat themselves.
While DHS takes the lead on civilian-side cybersecurity, Senate appropriators are backing a menu of related initiatives at Commerce and Justice.
Alan Balutis warns that IT cost savings rarely work out as planned.
An early look shows broad agreement between House and Senate appropriators, but some battles still loom over the details of tech policy.
While Congress takes potshots at pay and bonuses, top government executives say the SES is being decimated by morale problems and a reluctance of talented managers to join their ranks.