As NATO seeks a "cultural shift," a new intranet system will serve up to 10,000 would-be collaborators.
New deputy administrator returns to the agency after a decade on Capitol Hill and at the Defense Department.
Officials tout Better Buying Power 2.0 as a catalyst for defense acquisition reform.
The emphasis on pricing can work to squeeze small firms out of the running for contracts, says a senior Hill staffer.
Steve Kelman reflects on what an alumni update suggests about career choices and public service.
The Obama administration’s attempt to turn the page at the Veterans Affairs Department moved to Congress with the confirmation hearing of Procter & Gamble CEO Robert McDonald.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Richard Danzig argues that the U.S. government should "forsake some efficiencies" in the pursuit of security.
Meet the leaders behind all those audits.
Richard Cohen recently sat down with Gene Dodaro to discuss his experiences in working with the GAO.
An expert in government management and transformation argues more is required of Congress and agencies alike.
The Securities and Exchange Commission intends to award a contract to overhaul its online public company filing system by the end of September.
While many agencies have been developing and adopting strategies to manage their records electronically, the IRS scandal has revealed a gaping chasm between policy and implementation.
A few bells and whistles are planned for the next iteration of HealthCare.gov.
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