Tom Sharpe and Kevin Youel Page are resigning in the aftermath of a reorganization that changes the face of the Federal Acquisition Service.
President Trump aims to speed the federal permitting process for infrastructure projects and make it more transparent for project managers and the public.
Contractor CSRA won the contract to supply the next generation of private cloud for the Department of Defense.
An active duty Army colonel is facing 85 years in prison for his role in an alleged $20 million fraud and bribery scheme involving IT related contracts.
Current restrictions on internet gateways complicate agencies' move to the cloud, so the Office of Management and Budget is exploring new security architectures.
How federal acquisition will work under the Trump administration still an emerging and complicated issue.
The White House is backing long-held plans to privatize air traffic control operations to jumpstart progress on a massive technology upgrade.
The State Department is starting to collect social media information from certain visa applicants deemed risky.
DISA is in the process of developing a new IT platform for federal background investigations, and despite a one-third cut in proposed funding for 2018, the agency says it has the needed budget.
Senators have introduced legislation to establish a Department of Homeland Security bug bounty program modeled on the Hack the Pentagon that would unleash white-hat hackers on agency systems.
The MGT Act's Republican sponsor discusses the bill's prospects for passage.
Promising examples abound, but real leadership focus is needed to achieve meaningful digital government services and security.