Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson told a Capitol Hill panel that she was pleased with new acquisition authorities, but said micromanagement is still slowing the pace of procurement.
EIS contractors are chafing under what they see as a slow transition from GSA's old telecommunications contract to its next-generation vehicle.
Legislation may be coming with the aim of putting the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program back on track.
Prime contractors on the government's Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program need the ability to respond with agility to changing threats.
The U.S. is developing a pair of reports dealing with cybersecurity standards for internet-of-things devices and combatting botnets, but recommendations will be non-binding and officials said not to expect a significant federal regulatory push.
Legislation to lift the micropurchase ceiling and implement agile competition rules is needed for a new online buying plan, officials say.
The Air Force materiel commander says organizational culture matters more than novel procurement authorities when it comes to reforming cumbersome processes.
Steve Kelman shares some innovations that can be applied by contracting officers across government.
The General Services Administration picked the vendors who will support a plan to centralize modernization best practices.
Citing savings and a developing agile contracting vehicle, GSA gives federal customers more time to work with its wireless blanket purchase agreements.
The agency's new Lighthouse project looks to nurture a community of developers to build apps incorporating VA data.
A Senate panel voted up a DHS authorization bill, but it stripped out provisions to focus the agency on improving election system cybersecurity capabilities.
The timeline for a department-wide commercial cloud solution is aggressive, but Pentagon officials say deeper in-house expertise and better internal cooperation can get them to an award this year.
With the decennial count looming, a watchdog report finds problems with how the Census Bureau handles background checks of temporary employees.
Nearly four years after the data breach, OPM was found to have improperly awarded a multi-million contract for identity theft services.