Attackers could use the vulnerability to trick users into installing "updates" from trusted parties that are actually malware.
Lawmakers said the legislation was crafted following conversations with local officials who have expressed a desire for more federal support.
The House Oversight Committee wants to know why top officials have been able to sidestep or delay signing ethics pledges.
The Defense Department's innovation arm is looking for companies with existing solutions that will help revamp its inventory management system.
The changes GSA made to its commercial electronic marketplace solicitation in early January makes the portal proposal more amenable to commercial providers, experts said.
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The DOD's central IT organization is leading a migration to a new single service network and will bring on the first agency later this year.
The internal policy change is meant to increase "visibility and transparency" around voting system intrusions during the 2020 election cycle.
After a protest from rival Verizon failed, CenturyLink emerged as the winner of the Interior Department's telecom modernization task order under the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract.
After two rounds of zero-based budgeting, the Army's 2021 budget request is likely to contain fewer steep cuts to underperforming or legacy programs, according to Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy.
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