The old "mobile apps vs. mobile websites" debate for federal agencies is becoming outdated because there are many more mobile platforms and formats developing, according to a mobile strategy document released by the General Services Administration.
The Integrations contract would address agencies' needs for professional services that span several types of areas that are often difficult to specify or quantify.
The FedRAMP Concept of Operations document puts meat on the program's bones.
Twitter is easy for federal agencies to sign up for, but who should you follow? For federal agency managers using agency accounts, it's not as simple a question as it seems.
GSA provides discounted airline tickets for federal employees on official business, but doesn't have access to a lot of travel information.
Small contractors would suffer if regulators adopt guidance that replaces agencies’ flexibility, trade group says.
The specific requirements some federal agencies have could undercut the standardized approach of the Federal Risk Authorization Management Program, industry experts say.
Effort to consolidate federal domains and websites to a much smaller number risks making resources harder to find.
Companies now must submit an IT security plan to GSA.
The Small Business Jobs Act requires an analysis of small-business participation in governmentwide commercial purchase card micro-purchases.
Strategic sourcing contracts save money, but considerably less than GSA claims, GAO concludes.
The eGov fund has made a partial comeback, with House and Senate leaders increasing funding in the final version of the fiscal 2012 spending bill.