On a mostly party-line vote, the House rejected an effort bring back the Office of Technology Assessment.
SEWP's authorized reseller identification tool is helping the contract vehicle's federal customers weed out unauthorized IT gear and services.
The telecom is the first of 10 prime contractors on the government's $50 billion communications contract to report success on back office requirements.
A push on Capitol Hill looks to preempt a possible patchwork of data encryption policies varying from state to state.
The House defense appropriations bill includes new reporting requirements on the JEDI project and the Defense Enterprise Office Solutions cloud efforts.
As the Trump administration continues its push to reform the federal workforce, its top management and personnel officials want to change how their message is being received.
Air Force IT acquisition lead Maj. Gen. Sarah Zabel said that agile didn't make the program objectives memo for 2020 but an embrace of agile development remains a goal.
The top engineer of the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program said that success is more dependent on people and processes than technology.
The Office of Personnel Management is seeking a digital record system that would make it easier for federal employees to move across agencies and in and out of government.
Agencies are looking to transform everything from contract writing to identity management. The trick could be getting governance to catch up to the tech.
Nineteen Democratic senators urged National Security Advisor John Bolton to reconsider his decision to eliminate the national cybersecurity coordinator post.
The Government Accountability Office recommended that the Pentagon terminate its $950 million award to Amazon cloud reseller REAN made under an "other transaction authority."