Microsoft takes rival AWS to task for filing a confidential protest with the Defense Department.
The approval process has been going on for years, and several state officials worry the security standards will already be obsolete when they're finally approved.
GSA's beta.SAM contracting system modernization is moving ahead, incorporating lessons learned from earlier shift.
The Defense Department is hoping steadily engaging small businesses will help shield them from shady foreign investments during the global COVID-19 crisis.
NASA's governmentwide acquisition contract sets course for five more years.
The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development signed on with GSA's Cloud Center of Excellence to develop IT strategy.
The Pentagon is eyeing a phased reopen and possibly more coronavirus stimulus funds to help offset costs to restock medical supplies and equipment used to fight the pandemic, the defense secretary said.
An executive order issued by the Trump administration May 1 declared a national emergency and imposes new restrictions on the purchase and use of foreign-made equipment and technology used in the U.S. bulk-power system.
Other transaction agreements will be subject to the Defense Department’s unified cybersecurity standard, according to Katie Arrington, DOD’s chief information security officer for acquisition.
Rep. Adam Smith (D-Wash.), the House Armed Services Committee chairman, said the Defense Department doesn't need any more money from a future coronavirus stimulus bill.
Democratic lawmakers are seeking aid to help state and local governments retain workers and avoid layoffs in the next relief bill aimed at alleviating the economic toll that the coronavirus pandemic has had upon the U.S. economy.
The Office of Management and Budget formally designated Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency as the first Quality Service Management Office for shared services.