Republicans pointed out that the IRS has authority to reallocate some of its funding, and also criticized agency spending on employee bonuses and union activity.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The 18-page RFQ aims to establish a common contracting vehicle for agencies seeking vendors specializing in agile delivery services.
Federal tech leaders are torn on how FedRAMP could help or hinder the monumental shift to commercial cloud.
The fiscal 2016 DHS funding bill includes $1.638 billion for the National Protection and Programs Directorate, an increase of $135 million above fiscal 2015.
Defense Information Systems Agency Director Lt. Gen. Ronnie Hawkins says network operators need to adopt the "principles of war, whether it is maneuver, speed [or] surprise" to defend DOD networks.
The federal CIO is confident FITARA will succeed where Clinger-Cohen and other efforts have failed.
After more than a year of protests and re-competes, the Air Force's big IT acquisition vehicle is close to being fully open for business.
In some of its latest posts on the Interact website, GSA explained how some of its planned pricing catalogs will work.
The OPM breach is looking worse than initially projected, with potentially every fed's information compromised. And the breach was discovered during a vendor's sales demonstration.
If terabytes of data are released in the forest and no one is around to read them, do they make a difference?
Senior leadership's message is clear that a half-hearted effort at tracking government spending data just won't cut it.