The ongoing political fight over the Trump administration's handling of the FBI headquarters plan could ensnare the popular chief of the General Services Administration.
Steve Kelman's recent talk with feds reinforced his view that a $10,000 micropurchase limit opens up vast new acquisition possibilities.
With its $8 billion Defense Enterprise Office Solutions procurement shifting to Schedule 70, the Defense Information Systems Agency is focusing on scale.
In comments to Federal CIO Suzette Kent on the "Cloud Smart" policy, some big cloud providers said there are differences in models, but federal government should stick with NIST's cloud definition.
GSA and the White House are hoping shared services will drive IT modernization, but it could take some time.
At a Nov. 1 Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board meeting, a Homeland Security official detailed the composition and mission of the new group.
As the Trump Administration looks to split OPM between the White House and the General Services Administration, longtime human resources experts hope the HR shop can retain some autonomy.
The Department of Homeland Security announced the formation of a new task force focused on supply chain threats to information and communications technology.
An industry analysis suggests the Department of Homeland Security will likely tap the governmentwide telecom vehicle to update its current capability.
The president's budget director wants agencies to do a better job making the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program work.
The winners are the Department of Labor, the General Services Administration and, for the second time, the Department of Agriculture.
Defense IT officials pivoted away from plans to bid out their $8 billion productivity and communications cloud contract through DISA.
The Solicitation Review Tool, long in development, would leverage artificial intelligence to ensure that federal contracts posted online comply with disability rules.
Two senior Republicans on the House Appropriations Committee want the Pentagon's internal watchdog to open an investigation into the agency's ongoing $10 billion cloud procurement.
The inspector general at the General Services Administration said that the agency didn't adequately implement corrective actions in the wake of a 2015 data breach.
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