There is inherent tension among the various IT sources for federal buyers, but GSA's Mary Davie says there is plenty of business to go around.
The goal of the proposed blanket purchase agreement would be to decrease software acquisition cycles to less than four weeks.
The General Services Administration is working hard to adapt to changing communications needs. Just don't call it a contract.
Better Buying Power 3.0 has a geostrategic urgency and emphasis on cybersecurity that was missing from earlier iterations.
GSA decides to cancel three "bridge" contracts, and says the EIS RFP will slip to September.
GSA's 18F has a new tool aimed at saving money on a huge part of any contract's expense: people.
The government has let "a thousand flowers bloom" with regard to marking sensitive information, but that is about to change.
Some acquisition provisions in the defense authorization measure have pleased the IT Industry Council’s public sector arm.
A presidential directive requires agencies to manage email records in electronic form by the end of 2016, and the National Archives' plan to hit the goal is almost in final form.
By answering personal questions, hackers were able to access information for 100,000 taxpayers, revealing how vulnerable the IRS authentication system really is.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
One of economics' most important numbers depends on data collected by hand – data that's largely already online, posted freely by merchants and their customers.