The fiscal 2014 omnibus spending measure would relax rules on technology trade with China.
One of Brett Lambert’s duties at the Pentagon was to lead efforts to improve communication between the department and the defense industrial base.
OMB is close to achieving its original target for FDCCI, but that goal was set before the actual number of data centers was revealed to be more than double the initial estimates.
Supporters say the bill would protect individuals' personal information while opponents say the goal is to discourage people from using the site.
Legislators say they will likely miss the Jan. 15 deadline for a new appropriations package by at least a few days.
The congressional watchdog's director of IT management issues previews the upcoming oversight agenda.
A pair of key senators told their House colleagues that paying acquisition experts more could have long-term benefits.
Association's new head of public sector policy applauds executive branch proposals, but says legislation is needed to cure what ails IT acquisition.
A new report from the IBM Center for the Business of Government says IT is a boon to the public’s involvement in government problem-solving.
Steve Kelman muses on everything from IT acquisition to subway tokens.
The Accenture Federal Services executive and former Commerce chief financial officer says the old budget buckets will no longer apply.
The president of the Coalition for Government Procurement warns that GSA's planned changes could drive vendors away.
The measure limits how much firms can bill the government for salaries and benefits paid to employees working on federal contracts
GAO said a slow transition was part of the reason GSA did not make the most effective use of its telecom contracting vehicles.
The protesting firm, Aljucar, Anvil-Incus & Co., says it will seek redress in the Court of Federal Claims.
Two executives from the IBM Center for the Business of Government identify seven significant changes to watch for in the coming months.
“Government customers of global defense companies continue to be challenged with affordability and competing domestic priorities,” says a new report from Deloitte.
IT will be a hot legislative topic this year, says Alan Balutis.
Among the more radical changes under consideration is creation of a one-stop tech shop to work on high profile public-facing websites.
The drumbeat for procurement reform is getting louder, but consensus on how to proceed is lacking.
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