Customers including DOD and FEMA are pressing NASA's acquisition vehicle for faster quotes to support COVID-19 response.
DOJ asks state AGs to ensure that mission-critical personnel can perform official duties despite local lockdowns.
The federal CIO has taken the lead on a broad range of federal IT initiatives -- and been a champion for her agency counterparts.
The Department of Labor's compliance program office temporarily waived some contractor affirmative action requirements to speed up COVID-19 response.
The Academy expects to have complete study by March 2021.
Temporary appointment authority is in effect until March 2021 or public emergency is declared over.
The Defense Department is extremely efficient at planning and logistics, but the uncertainty surrounding how long and how widespread COVID-19 will be raises concerns on how parts, people, and acquisition will be affected.
Only mission-critical employees are required to report to agency facilities, the administrator -- who is himself quarantined after COVID-19 exposure -- told staff March 19.
The Trump administration wants hundreds of millions of dollars in extra funding to clean and secure federal buildings from exposure to coronavirus.
A few agencies have advised their contractors on how to proceed in the current uncertain environment, but lawmakers and trade groups want clear guidance and legislation amid the worsening pandemic.
The Department of Homeland Security issued a draft solicitation to Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions vendors for headquarters data networks.
The Defense Department wants prototype solutions to combat the novel coronavirus disease and other emerging bio-threats, according to a March 15 request to industry.