The Defense Intelligence Agency hopes to start building Machine-Assisted Analytic Rapid-Repository System in fiscal 2020 to help re-engineer its data environment.
The procurement chief at the Department of Homeland Security said that the agency was more focused on serving its components than on shared services.
Amazon Web Services and the Justice Department push back on Oracle's claims of conflict of interest in a pair of court filings this week.
The Marines Corps expects to complete the first implementation of the Joint Regional Security Stacks in Quantico, Va.. by the end of 2019.
While Democrats and the White House fight over spending caps, some lawmakers are looking for ways to make a shutdown more painful for leaders in the executive branch and on Capitol Hill.
Transportation Security Administration officials want to make good on old priorities to improve technology at airport security checkpoints.
The General Services Administration issued its solicitation for the contract that will support Federal Acquisition Service IT.
DHS is looking for contractors to help develop, integrate and implement capabilities for a host of software systems, that collect biometric and share biometric data.
Despite bountiful evidence of wasteful IT spending, Congress has yet to get serious about retiring the nation's antiquated IT.
The defense top-line budget will be a point of contention between the Republican-led Senate and Democrat-led House as they resolve their differences with the 2020 defense authorization bill, a leading lawmaker said on Tuesday.
A provision in the defense bill moving through the House of Representatives calls for the Pentagon to authorize a new fast track for software acquisition, with an eye to upgrading vulnerable weapons systems.
Lawmakers are taking note of seemingly unjustified defense growth in crafting of the 2020 defense authorization bill.