Plodding, late agency response to GSA's transition deadlines for its massive telecommunications contract, draws congressional ire.
The Government Accountability Office's new Science, Technology Assessment, and Analytics team is getting cloud help.
At a hearing, lawmakers expressed concern about the growing roster of senior officials in acting roles at the Department of Homeland Security.
The document offers non-binding legal guidance for how to navigate cyber intelligence gathering on the Internet, particularly for sites that advertise illegal services.
The lead Republican for the House's defense committee hopes appropriators will see the wisdom in making funds for buying technology and research more flexible.
Customs and Border Protection is looking to add property owner data to its geographic mapping app to help with land acquisition for border towers, wall.
Assessments look to measure cognitive and interpersonal competencies as well as technical ability.
A key Republican lawmaker joined Democratic colleagues in opposing a policy that could spell doom for civilian unions at the Defense Department.
A governmentwide federal contract vehicle joined large commercial suppliers in voicing concern over COVID-19's impact on IT supply chains.
The president's proposed budget seeks to double current U.S. investments in AI and quantum computing, but the administration has also been criticized for seeking drastic cuts in other research areas.
The Social Security Administration has awarded a telecommunications task order to one three small business vendors on the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract.
To serve government buyers, a provider must balance between commercial efficiency and public accountability.