A pilot at the government's contracting hub isn't producing the data it promised and threatens pricing transparency, according to the inspector general at the General Services Administration.
The General Services Administration expects to publish a consolidated Multiple Award Schedule on day one of fiscal year 2020.
Ellen Lord, DOD’s undersecretary for acquisition and sustainment, told reporters that it couldn’t use commercially available and popular drones made by DJI, a China-based firm.
The General Services Administration is the government's hub acquisition, so the agency's IG is wondering why it's buying tech from NASA's big IT contract.
Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-Wis.) wants the Defense Department to shore up cyber vulnerabilities in the defense supply chain and says the newly formed Cyberspace Solarium Commission could help.
Cloud adoption is being driven by broader pressure on agencies and maturation of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
GSA is thinking about taking the rebuilt IT equipment special item number off Schedule 70 as part of a larger overhaul.
The intelligence community wants to stand up a new program executive office to help develop new IT capabilities.
The Transactional Data Reporting project will run for an additional year.
With a fall deadline looming, so far just three awards have been made against the $50 billion governmentwide Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions telecom modernization contract.
The Navy is establishing a new special assistant to the secretary for information management/CIO to enforce cybersecurity standards, have a say in IT acquisition and develop data and digital strategies.
Financial, technical and bureaucratic hurdles are making it more difficult for states to patch their election-related software and move on from an expiring Windows operating system.