While the safety record of the FAA-operated air traffic control system leads the world, stakeholders are concerned about the slow pace of technological upgrades.
Included in the $612 billion House-passed defense bill are some of Armed Services Chairman Mac Thornberry's proposals for overhauling military purchasing.
Once a "poster child for IT," the IRS's high-profile problems are now all too similar to those experienced by other agencies.
In aiming to curtail any "net neutrality" proposals, appropriators might nick the agency's IT spending.
The Railroad Retirement Board is looking to update its legacy IT systems.
LaVerne H. Council outlined her leadership style and plans to manage the VA's $4.2 billion in annual tech spending.
FITARA is about relationships more than CIO authority, says the CIO with the most authority.
For some agencies, the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act and accompanying guidance dovetail with initiatives already begun. For others, implementation will be a tougher row to hoe.
America's space agency took to Capitol Hill to show lawmakers the tech advances taxpayers' dollars are buying -- and how they could help humans reach Mars.
GAO says a lack of baseline information makes it difficult to tell if Homeland Security purchasing is meeting schedule and cost goals.
By answering the questions in five core areas, IT leaders can see whether they are on the right path with their IT portfolio management practices
Better management of software licenses, data centers and IT portfolios could save billions, says the annual GAO report on government efficiency.
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