Bottlenecks remain a concern, but observers expect a smooth transition.
The next phase of the $5 billion Distributed Common Ground System will likely be open to bidders in fiscal 2016.
As more citizen services move online, agencies are struggling to strike a balance between convenience and security with online identity proofing.
The department’s new chief information officer had served as acting CIO since March.
BlackBerry is still the incumbent in a sensitive market, but Samsung has invested in security to try to turn the tables.
The new tools are a first step, but critics still contend that federal acquisition rules are outdated when it comes to buying IT.
Steve Kelman argues that TechFAR's problem with agile is at the task order level, not the contract level.
The next generation of VA's electronic health record should see benefits from agency advances in predictive analytics.
Procurement adviser Mark Naggar hopes the solicitation will become a model for innovative acquisition.
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