In a new report, the Partnership for Public Service shows how federal agencies ramping up work with private industry to inject innovation across tech R&D, commercialization and contracting.
Steve Kelman details a recent experiment "whose results should be of interest to every federal manager."
OMB's privacy adviser hopes to advance on a number of documents, guidance and councils to bolster privacy efforts before a new administration takes office.
IBM, CSC, Amazon and General Dynamics failed to block a bid to sole-source data-hosting duties in the Pentagon's $4.3 billion electronic health record procurement.
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The digital realm is an important front in counterterrorism, and the Defense Department is looking for a suite of tools to support its efforts.
After 15 years at the Professional Services Council, Stan Soloway is striking out on his own.
A new survey seeks insight into how agencies are handling Freedom of Information Act requests.
In a Feb. 5 op-ed, the Senate Armed Services Committee chairman called industry executives' objections to weakening encryption "ideologically motivated and profit-driven, though not without merit."
As GSA awaits bids for its next-generation telecom contract, it completed an important inventory of services that federal agencies are using under current contracts.
Contractors will need to think creatively if they want to win the $415 million Census communications contract due to be awarded this summer.
The GSA formally opened its Acquisition Gateway for public viewing, although pricing data remains behind closed doors.