According to a trade group forecast, the move to cloud is leading agencies away from shared services.
At his Senate confirmation hearing, Defense Department CIO Dana Deasy said the department's $10 billion cloud contract was awarded by a team of experts.
The Navy has ramped up its use of other transaction authorities, according to the deputy assistant secretary for procurement, but must make sure they stay focused on the intended purpose.
While Amazon Web Services might seek redress in the JEDI procurement, a fast-changing market may be the biggest challenge to Microsoft fully capitalizing on its DOD cloud win.
A government-backed school for cyber modeled on West Point or the Naval Academy could provide military and civilian agencies sorely needed operators.
Navy Secretary Richard Spencer warned certain activities could suffer in "constrained" resource environments.
The Senate Appropriations Committee chairman said that barring a "miracle," another continuing resolution -- perhaps lasting until March -- is in the cards.
After months of review, the defense secretary has recused himself from decisions regarding the controversial $10 billion JEDI cloud buy.
The Senate is moving ahead on a package of funding bills with bipartisan support, but spending levels for homeland security and defense continue dog lawmakers, with a shutdown still a possibility.
The Department of Homeland Security announced it would eliminate conflict-of-interest restrictions in a pair of highly connected procurements to allow vendors to bid on both.
Public-facing systems at two agencies will get millions to help with the move to the cloud.
The Small Business Administration joined a few other agencies with a big early autumn telecommunications contract.