The Office of Management and Budget is working on a rules-of-the-road document to cover how agencies can seek and use funds under the MGT Act.
Because of an unusual volume of complaints, it appears that Alliant 2 Small Business won't be open for business any time soon.
At a reverse industry day, representatives from DHS and industry discussed what's keeping government from innovating.
DHS needs a better system to track barred and suspended contractors, according to a new report from the agency's watchdog.
A forthcoming revamp of the government's Trusted Internet Connection policy will facilitate cloud adoption and align with the White House IT modernization plan.
In a signal that the move to shared services is accelerating, the government is looking to vendors for an update on software solutions.
Vendors expend valuable resources on market research efforts for agencies, without knowing whether there's a business opportunity in the offing.
Shifts in market access agreements could have in impact on government procurement, especially the ability of U.S. firms to compete for Canadian government work.
The arbiter of contested federal contract awards won't be looking at protests until the government starts back up.
After a lengthy rollout, military health leaders will evaluate user feedback on MHS Genesis to prepare for full deployment.
Vendors say the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program must evolve to deal with emerging threats.
Sen. Jerry Moran is worried that the VA is going to miss the opportunity to streamline the implementation of its planned electronic health record system.
The Department of Health and Human Services is looking to expand its use of shared services, revamp its IT infrastructure and incorporate artificial intelligence as part of its modernization plan.
The GSA's planned regulations require contractors to take responsibility for unclassified systems and data and report breaches.
GSA's inspector general warned that the transition to the new $50 billion telecom contract is being put at risk because of a lack of interagency agreements.