News and notes from around the federal IT community.
A 10-year, $108 million deal with CSC Government Solutions will also include Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and other cloud providers.
Worries persist about how well the FAA's new air traffic control system will work with other systems.
A recent survey found that only 33 percent of federal employees are very confident in current records programs.
After multiple delays and an unusual solicitation process, 18F has 16 vendors ready to start delivering agile services.
New report from the Partnership for Public Service offers best practices for using social media when recruiting for government jobs.
Now working with its fourth class of students, NS2 Serves is teaching hard-to-hire veterans the data skills that government and industry desperately need.
OFPP and FAI aim to recruit, train, develop and retain talented acquisition professionals for the federal government, and revisions to the Federal Acquisition Certification in Contracting are just the beginning.
An agency long crippled by skyrocketing labor costs is trying to use technology not to trim its workforce but to preserve jobs.
The $60 billion vehicle for integrated services has already influenced other big acquisition efforts, but fiscal 2016 will be critical for OASIS's future success.
The federal CIO slammed the way federal agencies tend to spend too much maintaining old systems and how they rush to empty their budgets at year's end.
Microsoft declared Windows Server 2003 dead in July, but the Interior Department's Bureau of Reclamation is buying custom support for 100 licenses.