Steve Kelman reports on acquisition experts' recent discussions about agency approaches to hiring contracting staff.
Former USDA CIO Chris Smith, now AT&T's vice president of technology, says government is coping reasonably well but could do more to lead.
An IG report blames poor implementation by HP and inconsistent oversight by NASA as major obstacles to fulfilling the contract.
Agencies are all too familiar with budget-driven belt-tightening. Here’s how the private sector is adapting.
Some of the most troubling issues have been at DHS, the agency charged with leading federal cybersecurity efforts.
The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract could be worth as much as $350 million over five years.
The bulk collection program was described as "low probability but high impact" by one witness, while an industry official warned of the economic consequences of a loss of trust in the U.S. tech sector.
Alan Balutis outlines his reasons for optimism when it comes to federal IT.
Winning approaches by federal leaders suggest that mobile success begins not with a device, but with a proper business plan.
Readers weigh in with real-life experience from both sides of the vetting process.
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