There are new big plans for federal IT modernization, but the old pitfalls remain.
The $700 billion defense bill now poised for final passage includes provisions to modernize agency IT through revolving funds and allow for for easy, off-the-shelf Pentagon procurement.
John Kammerer, NSA's technical director of high performance computing solutions, wants the federal government to pay more attention to startups.
Census made several key slipups in its decision to award a $283 million mobile device contract for the 2020 population count, according to the Government Accountability Office.
Acquisition policy is focusing on more transparent, innovative buying methods that take cues from commercial markets.
Congress still faces the decision whether to privatize air traffic control responsibilities and the jobs of 30,000 federal employees.
The House speaker and Democratic senator have introduced legislation to help measure government efficiency based on their commission’s findings.
Pending modernization legislation could make a big difference in federal IT spending, according to a new trade association study and federal officials.
How applying automation technology can speed agencies' modernization of outdated systems.
At a quarterly meeting, Census announced it has delayed two key IT contracts, but following a requested funding increase, is catching up on IT systems development.
For the second time in 2017, the General Services Administration is requesting feedback on ways to reduce its reliance on a proprietary business entity identifier system it uses to track government contracts.
The House narrowly approved a budget blueprint that omitted deep cuts to federal retirement benefits initially sought by conservatives on Capitol Hill.