Federal customers can't use a blanket purchase agreement with OASIS, but they can use task orders to accomplish the same thing.
A fee decrease is among the changes taking place for the outgoing SEWP IV vehicle.
Steve Kelman wonders whether a supposed trend toward normal business hours would ease federal workers' burdens -- or actually represent a boost in productivity.
CBP leadership contends that the inspector general’s criticism is too simplistic a way to look at the efficacy of border technology.
A draft RFP is aimed at streamlining support for Defense Department information networks.
FITARA has the potential to force real change, Alan Balutis writes -- but not if legislators take their eyes off the ball on implementation.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
A Commerce Department advisory council hopes to quantify innovation and measure the effectiveness of incubators and federal grants.
Bob Davis argues that the lack of a strong federal procurement workforce is not just a government problem -- and it’s time for industry to get involved in solving it.
The bureau’s cybersecurity job requirements require applicants to complete a stiff physical fitness test, even though most of their time will likely be spent behind a desk.
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