JEDI, the Defense Department’s multi-billion-dollar cloud procurement, is officially on hold, according to a federal court announcement Feb. 13.
In a blow to federal unions, the Federal Labor Relations Authority ruled on Feb. 14 that federal workers could stop paying union dues at any time, instead of observing the current practice of letting employees election to withhold dues once a year.
The agency is planning IT modernization and security initiatives while also adding more than 100 new special agents focused on cybercrime and virtual currencies.
The Army's focused on finding savings so it can boost modernization funding and the 2021 budget request shows how it wants the initial fielding of augmented reality night goggles to stand out.
Acting Secretary Chad Wolf announced plans to use special authority to build sections of the planned border wall without the use of competitive bidding.
Martha Dorris offers 10 predictions for how agencies will improve CX this year.
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Defense Secretary Mark Esper told reporters that he "never felt pressure from the White House" with regard to the award to Microsoft of the $10 billion Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract.
The federal government's top management official is leaving the Office of Management and Budget for a job in the private sector.
The General Services Administration is offering contractors a longer and more detailed explanation of award decisions.
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Steve Kelman considers the research on what makes for an effective motivator.
A Commission on Privacy and Data should be created to develop legislation, taking the EU's General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act as a starting point to extend protections to individuals regarding data and privacy.
This will be the year when IT governance practices drive a new wave of mission benefits, rather than just better control over IT infrastructure spending.
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