Federal agencies and the 10 contract awardees still have work to do before taking advantage of GSA's next-generation telecommunications contract.
GSA awarded contracts for the vehicle that will be the foundation for next-generation telecom and network services for the next decade and a half at federal agencies.
Three questions federal acquisition offices must answer after OMB Memo 17-22.
The Hacking for Defense initiative, which could be funded by the FY 18 defense bill, taps undergraduate teams to help solve DOD issues.
Federal agencies must use the best-in-class contract on GSA's acquisition gateway for package delivery services as OMB presses forward on category management efforts.
Agency officials hope that technology can help automate practices to make the government more transparent -- but they first need to improve the practices themselves.
Innovation group 18F has launched an interagency project aimed at reducing the time and red tape in the security compliance process for commercial products.
A bill that would restructure the Department of Homeland Security's cyber and infrastructure protection operations passed out of committee with ease.
An unusual letter from would-be winners of DHS' cancelled FLASH contract encouraged the agency to move forward with other innovative procurement efforts.
Personnel changes at the agency continue with the naming of a new team to manage the popular multiple-award contract for professional services.
Adopting standards and building partnerships with industry will accelerate agencies' ability to take advantage of shared services, says a GSA executive.
Employee productivity in the Social Security Administration's teleworking pilot program varied significantly by office and job function.