An edgy back and forth between the inspector general at the General Services Administration and the agency's administrator's office reveals tensions about management challenges.
Anil Cheriyan, a tech executive with CIO experience at a major financial institution, will lead the GSA's tech innovation shop beginning next year.
Amid lawsuits and legal uncertainty, the Census Bureau announced plans to conduct a last-minute field test to measure the potential impact of the citizenship question on response rates and accuracy.
The National Risk Management Center at the Department of Homeland Security plans to have lists of national critical functions and supply chain priorities in place by January.
Agencies are getting up to three more years on existing telecom contracts before having to shift to the $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions vehicle.
The Department of Health and Human Services is making a big push to have the first blockchain-based program in the federal government with authority to operate certification.
The Defense Department's $8 billion office enterprise cloud solution is on a tight timeline amid skepticism about whether customers will go for the plan.
The IRS is laying the groundwork for a series of pilot projects over the next year to flesh out its IT modernization priorities.
The Office of Personnel Management says it expects to wrap up the re-compete award for its credit monitoring contract covering those whose data was breached as part of the OPM hacks.
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced a reset on a troubled software project needed to deliver education benefits to veterans, but can it get things on track in a year?
As President Trump and lawmakers wrangle over funding for a border wall, a partial government shutdown looms.
The General Services Administration plans to consolidate dozens of its buying schedules across product areas including IT and services to reduce duplication.
As part of a policy refresh, the Office of Management and Budget is putting new hurdles in place for agencies that want to acquire new or expand current physical data center facilities.
The General Services Administration wants to leverage agile and cloud in a new contract to make its back-office IT operations more nimble and efficient.
The move came days after the Government Accountability Office dismissed a similar protest from Oracle against the Pentagon's $10 billion, 10-year cloud buy.
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