At his Senate confirmation hearing, Defense Department CIO Dana Deasy said the department's $10 billion cloud contract was awarded by a team of experts.
The Navy has ramped up its use of other transaction authorities, according to the deputy assistant secretary for procurement, but must make sure they stay focused on the intended purpose.
While Amazon Web Services might seek redress in the JEDI procurement, a fast-changing market may be the biggest challenge to Microsoft fully capitalizing on its DOD cloud win.
A government-backed school for cyber modeled on West Point or the Naval Academy could provide military and civilian agencies sorely needed operators.
Long-awaited enterprise cloud contract comes days after Defense Secretary Esper recused himself from the process.
More than 30 lawmakers signed an Oct. 24 letter urging House and Senate appropriators to block funds to relocate two Department of Agriculture agencies out of Washington, D.C. to the Kansas City region.
With workforce executive orders in effect, the Office of Personnel Management is looking for data on how much job time federal employees spend on union matters.
Agencies are beginning to develop new capacity to incorporate emerging technologies for every use in data analysis.
Navy Secretary Richard Spencer warned certain activities could suffer in "constrained" resource environments.
On Capitol Hill and in Congress there's concern that delays and stopgap funding could take a toll on critical tech upgrades.
The ranking member of the House Homeland Security Committee said agencies should be coordinating their cybersecurity efforts under CISA's direction and leadership.
Mandatory ID checks for social media platforms could help fight propaganda, but experts worry about privacy tradeoffs.