After nearly 35 years of small-business contracting goals, it's worth asking how the set-asides are doing in delivering the intended results.
In the United States, cultural and political opposition to a national identity card is all but insurmountable. Yet the need for a workable solution grows more pressing by the day.
It says a lot about the budget limbo we live in that yet another continuing resolution counts as progress.
Now halfway through its contract period, Networx is experiencing some difficulties in getting agencies to transition to the new vendors and the new offerings.
The nature of war and aggression has changed rather dramatically over the years, and governments are trying to define when and how to use sophisticated new cyber tools.
Social media has dramatically shifted the accepted views of what defines a journalist and what rules govern the exchanges between journalists and sources.
Legislation that would restrict conferences is already having a chilling effect on government/industry communications, write FCW's Anne Armstrong.
Cybersecurity is too important an issue to become a victim of partisan bickering.
Technology is too important a topic for lawmakers to plead ignorance.
The Defense Authorization bill makes it even more important for federal acquisition officials to learn how to craft sound cloud procurements.
The budget battles of 2011 made it clear that the federal government needs to align its workforce with its mission.
President Obama's Nov. 9 executive order has a clear intent: To limit the number of IT devices.