U.S. Cyber Command's contracting office is in its "infancy" with a handful of staff and is looking to expand while showing Congress it knows what it's doing.
There's momentum in the public and private sectors behind an idea to expand government's role in validating digital identities.
The $2 billion "AI Next" campaign aims to transform computers from specialized tools to partners with contextual reasoning capabilities.
A new blanket purchasing agreement aligns GSA and Air Force in a "strategic partnership" on IT hardware and products under blanket purchase agreement.
The Government Accountability Office says agencies haven't really improved on data-driven decision-making since 2013.
After seven years of federal cloud mandates, we've learned that one size does not fit all.
Senate oversight chiefs tell agencies to cool their year-end "use it or lose it" spending.
The Defense Information Systems Agency withdrew a request for information on rapid cloud migration after just two days.
With agencies looking to OASIS as a trusted source, small businesses are clamoring to get onto it, according to GSA officials.
Modern use of BPR can create cost savings by focusing on problem definition and clarity of roles and responsibilities vs. people's individual performance -- not by targeting budget or staff cuts.
The Department of Education will use the National Institutes of Health's governmentwide acquisition contract in a major procurement to modernize financial aid services.
Proclamations directing agencies to fly flags at half-staff come from an unexpected corner of DHS.
The White House is planning to use automated bots to handle repetitive tasks in financial management and contacting.
Creative techniques can help agencies streamline their selection process for the government’s next-generation telecommunications contract, the head of DHS’ acquisition innovation lab says.
The program management office within the General Services Administration handling cloud security is undergoing a leadership shuffle.
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