Assistant Secretary for Defense Acquisition Kevin Fahey said his office is planning on scrapping DOD 5000 acquisition requirements and starting from scratch with an eye to being more digital ready.
GSA teamed up with the NGA to make it quicker and easier for federal agencies to get earth observation data.
Aspiring vendors for the Pentagon's $8 billion back-office cloud contract won't have to be certified to host classified data on the date of the award.
The Technology Management Fund is close to maxing out after a $20.7 million award to GSA's NewPay software-as-a-service payroll modernization.
Allegations of the shadowy influence of three Mar-a-Lago cronies of President Trump on the inner workings of the Department of Veterans Affairs has prompted a congressional probe.
To truly benefit from shared services and the cloud, agencies should be building a repository of "microservice" business routines.
Deadlines for solicitations on the $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions vehicle may need to shift because impacts to buying agencies that were shuttered during the recent lapse in appropriations.
For more secure election equipment to be available for the 2020 vote, Congress needs to act in 2019, state officials say.
The Census Bureau is including a controversial question about respondent citizenship on its final test, while courts decide its ultimate fate.
Judith Zawatsky will head a key office at the Federal Acquisition Service.
Federal program managers are awash in data, but lack information. Experts and innovators in the acquisition community can help bridge the gap.
Acquisition agencies are prepared for, but not necessarily expecting, a surge in post-shutdown buying.
While the House Committee on Oversight and Reform plans hard hitting probes of the Trump administration, the panel isn't abandoning tech and federal IT priorities.
Oracle's push to crack open Amazon's bid to run the DOD's $10 billion cloud program and hear from former Amazon employees was rejected by a judge.
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