The panel will focus on recruiting, retaining and training IT staff.
Feb. 28 reports will shed new light on agency's compliance efforts.
A new report reveals insider details from the scramble to save HealthCare.gov.
Defense Department CIO is concerned the legislation might collide with internal Pentagon realignment efforts.
Current plans to trim Pentagon spending are clipping around the edges, and officials fear tougher choices will be hard for Congress to agree to.
Small Business Committee Chairman Sam Graves hopes that putting teeth in data reporting requirements will give smaller firms a better chance to compete for federal contracts.
Detailed guidance spells out what agencies can do to overcome institutional barriers to using data through collaboration across programs and agencies.
Ten insights from IT leaders on the front lines of big-data deployments.
The IT acquisition overhaul bill the House will vote on Tuesday includes a few changes from the version included in the House-passed defense policy measure last year.
Federal users can choose from among seven pools of providers for professional services offerings, including logistic, IT, engineering, financial management and scientific trades and services.
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