Federal CIO Suzette Kent said that work is happening behind the scenes to launch the Chief Data Officers Council and make progress on Technology Business Management.
Training of the third-party accreditors for the DOD's upcoming unified cybersecurity standard will take place from now until June.
In a flurry of letters from Capitol Hill before Christmas, the Agriculture and Treasury Departments got advice on leveraging Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions for modernization.
The Department of Energy streamlines and accelerates its quantum computing research efforts with far-reaching funding opportunities.
There's still no information yet on how the congressionally mandated NAPA study will be conducted.
The Treasury Department, along with two universities, is piloting a payment capability that leverages blockchain to track grant money.
Defense contractors should be getting ready for the Defense Department's impending cybersecurity standard expected to be released this month.
Ty Schieber will head the accrediting body for DOD's upcoming cybersecurity certification program.
Attorneys focused on the government procurement market warned vendors that the new Procurement Collusion Strike Force faces a steep learning curve.
The State Department's building administration agency is investigating software-as-a-service solutions for its site managers as an alternative to an existing shared services platform.
Microsoft won the Pentagon's $10 billion cloud deal, but Oracle is pushing ahead with claims that the requirements favored Amazon Web Services.
The Defense Department released long-awaited updates to acquisition policy at the close of 2019.
Even though the General Services Administration's inspector general said two labor pricing tools the agency's acquisition service uses are flawed, alternatives could be worse, a top acquisition official said.
In an RFI, the government pings industry for feedback on how to set up a primary point of entry for security researchers to warn agencies about bugs in their internet-accessible systems.
The Defense Department is on the brink of major acquisition changes to help encourage faster tech adoption.
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New entrants bring new applications that add significant value to government data.
In a rapidly changing environment, expecting overworked acquisition staff to become experts in every emerging technology is unrealistic.
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