Prospects are brighter for quick Senate committee action on an email privacy measure than for floor consideration of a broader information-sharing bill.
The Defense Department CIO wants the private sector’s help in making it more costly for hackers to do harm -- and cheaper for the Pentagon to stop them.
DOD acquisition chief Frank Kendall sees a wide gap "between our national security needs and how we meet those needs."
Remote access of data is a beautiful and dangerous thing. When it comes to cloud and mobile, feds could take a breather and collect strategies instead of rushing headlong into the year-end spend-a-palooza.
Worries persist about how well the FAA's new air traffic control system will work with other systems.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The Army is using an acquisition template known as the Information Technology Box to help it cope with cyberthreats.
OFPP and FAI aim to recruit, train, develop and retain talented acquisition professionals for the federal government, and revisions to the Federal Acquisition Certification in Contracting are just the beginning.
The $60 billion vehicle for integrated services has already influenced other big acquisition efforts, but fiscal 2016 will be critical for OASIS's future success.
The federal CIO slammed the way federal agencies tend to spend too much maintaining old systems and how they rush to empty their budgets at year's end.
Government innovation is a no-go unless agencies, prime contractors and startups come together to clear the path.
The natural tendency of RFPs and RFIs to protect outdated architectures must be overcome if FITARA is to succeed.