GSA's FAS leader has briefed the president on the agency's acquisition improvement efforts.
Assistant Secretary Andy Ozment said the appropriations stalemate threatens crucial cybersecurity functions.
OMB is rewriting outdated standards in response to new legislation, while an increased focus on cybersecurity offers a window into federal networks.
The Pentagon is like "four federated giant corporations" trying to procure their own cloud services, says the acting CIO.
Technology problems are at the heart of a number of programs on GAO’s list of troubled federal initiatives.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The guide follows up on a memo that defined responsibilities for Pentagon components that acquire commercial cloud services.
A new White House document identifies cybersecurity as a pressing national security concern.
House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul said Congress needs "to take aggressive action."
Steve Kelman explains why this year's emphasis on performance management could be different.
Federal agencies are facing deadlines for managing email that qualifies as federal records.
After stints at the Pentagon and AEI, William Greenwalt is returning to the Senate Armed Services Committee to focus on defense acquisition.
Inspectors general complain to Congress that agencies often respond to requests for information with claims that it is protected by law.
Six agencies in particular would see significantly increased funding levels if the administration's budget shapes actual appropriations.
Overall IT spending is tabbed at $86.4 billion, with much of the increase driven by a hike in cybersecurity funding.
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