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While hundreds of additional government cloud projects are being vetted for cybersecurity every year, a GAO audit makes clear that many agencies are still standing up programs without going through FedRAMP.
The Technology Modernization Fund – the $125 million pool of no-year money appropriated to fast-track technology upgrades – has some potential operational problems, according to an oversight report.
The leader of GSA's Technology Transformation Service wants agency and industry partners to help it develop a common framework for identity management that could eventually become a federal shared service.
A provision in the National Defense Authorization Act reconfigures the existing DOD-VA Interagency Program Office to serve as a hub for interoperability and management issues as the two agencies progress in separate but linked implementations of commercial health records systems.
The innovation squad turns its talents to technology and acquisition challenges facing defense and intelligence agencies.
The Defense Department is pushing forward with its unified cybersecurity standard for contractors and wants large companies and industry associations to show startups and smaller firms the way.
The Defense Department detailed two more draft plans for proposed 5G testbeds at military bases around the country.
President Donald Trump personally steered a $10-billion cloud computing contract away from frontrunner Amazon Web Services out of personal and political animus against Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, according to the details of a lawsuit released publicly Dec. 9.
Google's cloud offering earned the highest FedRAMP authorization for cloud services.
The Defense Department is concerned about gaining and keeping a technological edge and is looking to private-sector companies to help seal their capabilities.
GSA could have all nine contractors for its big telecommunications contract equipped with the authority to provide services by year’s end.
New leaders at Technology Transformation Service are concentrating on customers’ needs, rather than IT requirements.
Some defense contractors may be disguising their owners and it’s costing the Pentagon millions, according to a new watchdog report.
Dozens of agencies are prepping solicitations to leverage the $50 billion governmentwide telecom contract Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions ahead of a coming deadline. Here's what some vendors had to say about designing task orders to fit agency needs.
Proposed rules back up the White House’s earlier executive order to protect information and communications supply chains from foreign cyber dangers.
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