Certain government missions require custom-designed IT systems, but agencies need not reinvent the wheel.
In his exit memo to the next administration, OMB Director Shaun Donovan advises continuing IT modernization efforts, shared services and support for U.S. Digital Services.
Congressional Republicans plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act. What would that mean for the $1B website that is the front door to the program?
The one-year revival of the Holman Rule in the House gives lawmakers the authority to reduce the federal workforce or cut employee pay legislatively.
Bumping up the Defense Department’s protest threshold could tilt Pentagon buyers away from civilian contracting vehicles.
Although the White House-imposed deadline for government websites to embrace HTTPS has passed, some agencies' conversions remain a work in progress.
The department is issuing rule changes to put the final nail in the coffin of a long-abandoned program targeting countries with active terrorist groups.
The use of A-76 competitions to let private contractors bid on some work done by federal employees could be set for a resurgence.
Agencies have until Dec. 31 to manage their email records in electronic format, and abandon antiquated print-to-file methods. Not all of them are going to make it.
Govini forecasts greater risk and volatility for cyber and IT services firms with DOD contracts that expire in the coming year.
The GAO's annual bid protest report to Congress shows a spike in the number of protests filed.
Although specifics regarding innovation policy under a Trump administration remain unclear, Trump's campaign promises to create manufacturing jobs for American workers, make better trade deals and increase military spending will likely play out in the technology sector.