The Federal Information Security Management Act will help agencies move more sensitive data to the cloud, but not until they're comfortable with the processes.
IT leaders are under new pressure to innovate, show the results of their work.
Agencies have come a long way on their journey to implement cloud services, but they're still focusing on the low-hanging fruit.
GSA has assembled a team to delve into problems with an effort to modernize and consolidate its universe of acquistion systems.
The venerable federal conference has outlived its usefulness, its organizers say, and the time has come for something new.
GSA Administrator Martha Johnson says that connectivity and collaboration are better measures of work than direct oversight.
GSA's Katherine Spivey makes a strong case for improving how agencies communicate with the public.
Federal agencies have found savings and reduced burdens by revising regulations, but not always to taxpayers' benefit.
Federal agencies are banned from disposing of electronics in landfills or incinerators under new policy.
GSA’s Schedules program averaged an excess of $62.2 million in revenue over program costs, before contributions to reserves, each fiscal year.
The General Services Administration recently established a USA.gov channel on the StumbleUpon Web service network with the goal of generating more traffic to federal websites.
Renfro has a long history in federal procurement, making her a match for the open director position.