Federal Acquisition Service head Alan Thomas is retiring just as two major overhauls are showing results.
In the wake of a flush spending season, Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement cuts agency customers a better deal.
After a judicial injunction was lifted, the Office of Personnel Management ordered agencies to resume plans to fully implement new workforce policies contained in three controversial executive orders.
The agreement will cover a "broad class" of crimes and investigations, including a promise not to target each other's residents and assurances that exchanges are compatible with data protection laws.
Gen. David Berger, commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, said it's unlikely the service will adopt a programmatic review like the Army’s "night court" process.
The government’s background investigations agency with some 3,000 employees has moved from the Office of Personnel Management to the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency.
Premiums are going up for participants in the Federal Employees Health Benefits program.
The end of the fiscal year saw continued growth at governmentwide acquisition contracts, according to managers.
DHS CIO wants to make agency's headquarters campus in Washington 5G-ready.
GSA has notified winners of its internal IT blanket purchase agreement.
Lawmakers want to put teeth in a governance body to corral DOD and VA health record deployment, but facts on the ground may be getting ahead of planned governance.
Senate energy committee advanced two bills to bolster protections for cross-cutting vulnerabilities in energy critical infrastructure.