The OMB numbers on data center consolidation highlights a recurring problem for the government: the lack of consistent, accurate information around data center ownership.
A new IT modernization plan from the American Technology Council looks to leverage commercial cloud and industry best practices to improve government tech.
A top military acquisition officer said the Air Force is changing its procurement process to meet the intent of Congress and adapt to 21st-century cybersecurity needs.
Telecom companies that won places on the $50 billion EIS contract must demonstrate their back-office capabilities for GSA.
How analytics offers a low-cost alternative to regulation when it comes to monitoring risks to the financial system.
Navy Rear Adm. Nancy Norton will help oversee the Defense Information Systems Agency's 8,000 employees and manage an $11 billion budget.
A near-perfect storm of legislative deadlines threaten a government shutdown if Congress and the president can't find a path to a funding bill by the end of the fiscal year.
The chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee wants to see the Trump administration move faster on implementing cybersecurity policy.
High-level IT officials across several agencies are ready to say goodbye to on-premise infrastructure.
The Social Security Administration has selected CGI Federal, Leidos and Northrop Grumman for a potential 10-year, $7.8 billion contract for IT services.
Can the Department of Homeland Security focus on the border wall project without permanent leaders in key spots?
The administration is directing agencies to lean more on the private sector and to tilt their future research and development priorities -- and dollars -- toward defense technologies, border security, economic growth, efficient health care and low-cost energy sources.