The Justice Department intends to leverage the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract to drive modernization.
The Defense Department speaks out on the federal court ruling for its JEDI cloud buy and stands by its fixed-price, single-award strategy.
The coming budget deal could forestall a shutdown, but it also won’t put agencies’ IT efforts any further ahead, according to some experts.
Top defense committee Republicans sent a letter to President Donald Trump, warning that delays to the $10 billion JEDI cloud acquisition would endanger national security.
Federal officials want new methods to get feedback on their vendors into the Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System.
DOD plans to release a data access and dissemination guide for acquisition by the end of 2019.
The House oversight operations subcommittee chairman's legislation would provide more clarity to the federal approval process for cloud services.
A squabble over protecting incumbent federal users in the recently auctioned 24 GHz spectrum points to breakdown in collaborative process, Democrats on the House spectrum panel say.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is testing out zero-trust networking on DOD's classified network.
Contractors will be facing big changes and tight timelines when DOD's Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification goes live next year.
A small change in the Federal Acquisition Regulation’s language that makes GWAC purchases a little smoother could help out as fall buying season nears.
A federal judge rejected complaints by Oracle that conflict of interest and unfair requirements warranted a rebid of the $10 billion, 10-year Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract.