18F's novel agile procurement attempt is pushed back while the agency works to answer all the vendor questions pouring in.
Use all funding options to get cutting-edge technologies into the hands of soldiers faster, says a new CSIS study.
The DOD is looking for its transition to a single service provider for IT services to yield benefits in efficiency and scale.
A key lawmaker said he is readying fresh legislation to accelerate the cyber detection program.
Federal IT and network managers discussed their work to transition to GSA's Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract at a June 25 ACT-IAC panel.
The Navy has awarded a $9.1 million contract to Microsoft for dated products including Windows XP, which the firm stopped providing updates for over a year ago.
Three pilot projects designed to prove out the software-based analysis concept have convinced members of the Public Interest Declassification Board that some level of automation can be introduced into the declassification process.
As options expand, some of the "wiggle room" in Multiple Awards Schedule pricing is being winnowed out.
Two of the Pentagon's major IT security initiatives face problems from the ranks, laments Lt. Gen. Mark Bowman.
Acquisition managers surveyed users at 26 federal agencies about what kinds of laptops and desktops are most commonly used, and used the input to set baseline configurations.
In addition to demanding review of any change to the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, legislators pushed for IT consolidation, improved communications and other reforms for DHS component agencies.
Appearing before a Senate committee was a peaceful affair for OPM Director Katherine Archuleta compared to the tongue-lashing she got in the House last week, but she still faced tough questions – and couldn't answer all of them.