The General Services Administration's next-generation telecommunications services contract will be a core component of the ZTN architectures emerging at federal agencies.
The Defense Department wants to make contractors' cyber maturity a more important consideration before contracts are awarded.
The federal government's top IT security chief and canvassed industry for feedback on how to shape new rules of the road for federal acquisition and procurement.
Growing beyond its role as an IT commodity store, SEWP is honing buying data and reshaping its services to better accommodate federal customers, a top official says.
Bids on half of the IT contract that will eventually support the General Services Administration's acquisition service are due at the end of the month.
A Defense Department probe into conflict of interest relating to its $10 billion cloud buy didn't find anything to derail the solicitation. An award could be coming in mid-July.
CenturyLink and NASA inked the first contract for services under the General Services Administration's next-generation telecommunications contract.
Right now responsibility for IT acquisition and cybersecurity policy sprawls over multiple federal departments, with no single accountable leader at the top. Is that a good idea?
A long and drawn-out procurement including four rounds of protests and multiple federal lawsuits means that the incumbent contractor charged with maintaining a key piece of the Affordable Care Act infrastructure gets another year on the job.
At least three big federal agencies are set to announce contracts under GSA's next-generation telecommunications contract.
The White House's proposal to reorganize and shutter the Office of Personnel Management hit a major snag, with House Oversight Democrats opposing any funding of the plan.
A U.S. Digital Services team report recommended scrapping a tool needed for the June 6 implementation of a law that pays for veterans' healthcare outside the VA system.
Six years after their initial cloud infrastructure push, the CIA is leading a multivendor expansion of cloud services for the entire intelligence community, with awards expected in 2021.
A panel of industry experts told Congress about the widespread ignorance many defense contractors have about the cybersecurity integrity of their own supply chains.
In a FedBizOpps notice, the bureau said it plans to extend by another year current Information Technology Supplies and Support Services contract, also known as ITSSS or "IT Triple-S."
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