The tax agency's update on an acquisition pilot gave insight into lessons learned and discussed what's in store for future projects.
The White House has diverted billions of Pentagon dollars for border wall funding at the cost of a new information systems facility at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.
Plodding, late agency response to GSA's transition deadlines for its massive telecommunications contract, draws congressional ire.
China spent the year targeting telecommunications infrastructure to feed its spying and IP theft, while Iran shifted to target defense contractors in the latter half of the year.
The lead Republican for the House's defense committee hopes appropriators will see the wisdom in making funds for buying technology and research more flexible.
A governmentwide federal contract vehicle joined large commercial suppliers in voicing concern over COVID-19's impact on IT supply chains.
The president's proposed budget seeks to double current U.S. investments in AI and quantum computing, but the administration has also been criticized for seeking drastic cuts in other research areas.
To serve government buyers, a provider must balance between commercial efficiency and public accountability.
A recent filing also takes a hard look at the timing of Defense Secretary Mark Esper's recusal in the case.
The Office of Federal Procurement Policy got comments on plans to revise language on when federal procurements begin and end to help eliminate delays.
The Defense Department released its first official artificial intelligence ethics principles that it says will shape how it develops and implements the technology.
The new Centers of Excellence at the Departments of Defense and Labor will not be the last, said the head of GSA's Technology Transformation Service.