18F's novel agile procurement attempt is pushed back while the agency works to answer all the vendor questions pouring in.
Linking buildings to monitoring systems is becoming increasingly sophisticated, and GSA is hoping to use the IoT to cut costs and boost energy efficiency.
Focus on the people today if you want agile to succeed tomorrow, argues Lawrence Fitzpatrick.
Use all funding options to get cutting-edge technologies into the hands of soldiers faster, says a new CSIS study.
The Southeast Asian city-state's government may have cracked the code for providing the services citizens actually want online: listen, don't force.
Federal IT and network managers discussed their work to transition to GSA's Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract at a June 25 ACT-IAC panel.
Three pilot projects designed to prove out the software-based analysis concept have convinced members of the Public Interest Declassification Board that some level of automation can be introduced into the declassification process.
House Oversight and Government Reform targeted OPM officials and contractors alike for their roles in the massive hack.
As options expand, some of the "wiggle room" in Multiple Awards Schedule pricing is being winnowed out.
A new report from the Partnership for Public Service aims to chart a path toward creating a culture of performance improvement for federal agencies.
Acquisition managers surveyed users at 26 federal agencies about what kinds of laptops and desktops are most commonly used, and used the input to set baseline configurations.
Federal Reserve CDO Micheline Casey says doing data management on the cheap is a recipe for disaster.