The civil liberties group said the department was far more forthcoming than other federal agencies in detailing how it shares and protects individuals' information.
Mobile Lifecycle & Expense Management can save 25 percent or more, GSA says.
Eighteen years after the Clinger-Cohen Act created the position, experts discuss how the job of agencies' top IT executives has changed.
A new report argues that private-sector firms make better first responders.
Here are five things administrators need to know to successfully manage mission-critical databases.
Assistant Secretary for Acquisition Katrina McFarland tells industry that draft requirements could be shared earlier in the process.
The general manager's departure comes as the First Responder Network Authority is in the process of developing a business plan and expanding its staff.
Deputy director says administration is working to "make continuous evaluation a reality."
Three groups have competing equities in defense IT acquisition, and learning to balance risk among them is the key to success.
The former presidential innovation fellow's work at the progressive think tank will focus on federal IT, procurement reform and open data.
Steve Kelman responds to Jaime Gracia's comments on problems with the current system.
The inventory of agency spectrum shows just how complicated it could be to share bandwidth.
Homeland Security officials talk priorities and possible pain points as budgets constrict yet again.
Basic business concepts such as price transparency can drive big savings. We need to apply them more broadly.
In an April 11 GitChat, GSA's acting CIO stresses agile development, open source and modular contracts as priorities for his agency.
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