The Commerce Dept. says a successful contract award protest is moot after AT&T agreed to join CDW-G on the Census mobile device-as-a-service contract as a subcontractor.
In 1993, the government began shifting its focus to performance, but the question remains: Has the procurement system improved?
With hackers increasingly targeting users, federal agencies are turning to identity management to better protect their systems.
The Department of Defense spent $7.4 billion in fiscal year 2017 on cloud computing, big data and artificial intelligence technologies, according to a recent Govini report.
A stopgap funding bill would extend the current continuing resolution by two weeks.
A bipartisan bill would revamp the way the Department of Education collects higher-education data and relies on an obscure cybersecurity method to protect student data.
A coming 72-hour breach disclosure mandate from the Department of Defense could inadvertently provide a new attack vector for hackers to harass defense contractors.
In response to growing threats to federal information systems, a draft funding bill for DHS looks to elevate the agency's cybersecurity mission.
The prospect of keeping the government open past the Dec. 8 continuing resolution deadline just got more complicated.
A former Obama administration cybersecurity official wants a single agency to take the lead on generating and enforcing security standards for technology products.
A Republican senator's annual government waste report cites IT boondoggles, programs with insufficient oversight and structural impediments to efficient hiring.
Senate appropriators are continuing a series of spending restrictions and reporting requirements for the IRS in FY2018, even as planned IT modernization lags.