The agency is planning IT modernization and security initiatives while also adding more than 100 new special agents focused on cybercrime and virtual currencies.
Acting Secretary Chad Wolf announced plans to use special authority to build sections of the planned border wall without the use of competitive bidding.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper told reporters that he "never felt pressure from the White House" with regard to the award to Microsoft of the $10 billion Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract.
GSA is searching for an assistant commissioner to help oversee assisted acquisitions, including FedSIM.
The General Services Administration is offering contractors a longer and more detailed explanation of award decisions.
A new bill would update federal workforce law to allow more employees to take advantage of a paid parental leave benefit.
JEDI, the Defense Department’s multi-billion-dollar cloud procurement, is officially on hold, according to a federal court announcement Feb. 13.
The Pentagon wants to automate cloud provisioning at the classified level, and a stop-work order on its $10 billion Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud program won't help, the department said.
A strategic plan for protecting the 2020 elections from foreign interference lays out a number of plans to support and empower other stakeholders from hacks, influence operations and other threats.
The Department of Energy is replacing Karen Evans at DOE's Cybersecurity, Energy Security and Emergency Response office with a cyber official from NSA.
A new bipartisan bill would codify the General Services Administration’s Centers of Excellence.
On the eve of the 2020 census, oversight bodies are warning on risks that could compromise the population count.