The White House announced it was eliminating a range of agency reporting requirements deemed obsolete or unnecessary.
The Energy Department has committed over $250 million in research and development funding to six computer makers for the next-generation supercomputer, as China eclipses the U.S. in computing speed.
Federal contracting giant SAIC said near-term budgetary certainty is raising its prospects for contract and task order wins.
House Appropriators are budgeting $65 million for the Department of Veterans Affairs to launch its plan to acquire a commercial health record, but the funding comes with conditions.
After steady improvement on previous scorecards, agency progress on Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act implementation stalled on the fourth round.
Richard Staropoli, the new top tech official at the Department of Homeland Security, wants systems that can cover a lot of ground but says the search for a "100 percent solution" impedes progress.
The department's failure to launch an agile services contract can serve as a teachable moment, according to DHS procurement officials.
Digital service teams hope their clout and support from the administration can break through decades-old cultural barriers and empower the federal IT workforce at large.
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.