Deadlines for the first two sets of deliverables under Obama's cybersecurity executive order have come and gone, meaning agencies are now ready to ask: Can the government actually get this done?
With one key witness a no-show, IRS and CMS officials promise they will be ready for the Affordable Care Act's data-sharing requirements.
As China takes the lead in the supercomputer race, the Energy Department asks for continued congressional support in its efforts to advance.
Can GSA's bulk-buying strategy really save the big dollars its supporters promise?
What are Congress-watchers telling contractors about the prospects for the fiscal 2014 budget?
New guidelines for identity verification also cover on-card fingerprint recognition.
Legislators seek answers as it becomes unclear whether OMB or the Energy Department itself is holding up the department's energy-saving contract.
A bipartisan Commerce Committee draft looks for common ground on critical infrastructure protection, cybersecurity research and training.
Bill to centralize the process for suspending or debarring contractors unneeded, could create new problems, critics warn.
The latest attempt at IT reform echoes the IT Management Reform Act, better known as Clinger-Cohen...so watch OMB’s reaction carefully.
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