The e-commerce effort dubbed "Amazon for government" is getting closer to becoming reality with a draft solicitation released by the General Services Administration.
The intelligence community's top IT official said that DOD is "where we were five years ago" when the CIA opted to pursue a single vendor, single cloud solution.
Policymakers and experts know that paperless DRE voting machines are confined to a small number of states, but new survey results demonstrate just how concentrated the problem is.
Suzette Kent told a House panel that the new policy "focuses on enabling aggressive closure and ensuring efficient operations."
Some of the biggest civilian agencies have failed to act on internal cybersecurity audits dating back multiple years, a Senate report found.
Smarter buying, better hiring and multilayered security practices are at the heart of the federal government's updated cloud vision.
DJI's U.S. operation tells lawmakers its technology is secure and is approved for use by state, local and federal agencies.
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.
Transportation Security Administration officials want to make good on old priorities to improve technology at airport security checkpoints.