Long-time acquisition expert Emily Murphy takes over GSA, as new leaders move into key spots in the Federal Acquisition Service.
The migration from Networx to EIS offers a forcing mechanism for rethinking IT infrastructure — if agencies resist the temptation of "like-for-like" updates.
In the midst of a reorg and modernization efforts, the Defense Department wants to lean on its experimental arm to cure procurement woes.
The Commerce Dept. says a successful contract award protest is moot after AT&T agreed to join CDW-G on the Census mobile device-as-a-service contract as a subcontractor.
Acquisitions chief Ellen Lord hints that DOD is closing in on a solicitation for a single cloud to dramatically advance data interoperability at the Pentagon.
In 1993, the government began shifting its focus to performance, but the question remains: Has the procurement system improved?
Agency chief data officers belong where they are needed, and that's not necessarily in the IT shop.
With hackers increasingly targeting users, federal agencies are turning to identity management to better protect their systems.
The Department of Defense spent $7.4 billion in fiscal year 2017 on cloud computing, big data and artificial intelligence technologies, according to a recent Govini report.
Civilian agencies should take a lesson from the Defense Department -- and all of government should look to smaller, emerging tech companies as well as traditional contractors.
The Air Force, Marine Corps and Army are looking to bring logistics tracking and wireless learning capabilities to mobile devices for troops.
Because of a delay on Capitol Hill, the Department of Veterans Affairs is going to have to wait to sign a multibillion contract for a new electronic health record system.
Steve Kelman talks with the CEO of a public benefit corporation focused on federal work.
With 61 vendors and counting on GSA's newest governmentwide acquisition contract award, effective management is key to making Alliant 2 work for agencies and industry alike.
Long-awaited IT services GWAC includes 61 firms.