Polaris, the General Services Administration's developing Alliant 2 small business contract replacement, will have CMMC clauses.
The Defense Department wants to convert its key telework tool, the Commercial Virtual Remote (CVR) environment, to a permanent capability by next summer.
Retooling legacy cyber processes, such as the risk management framework, is a top priority for Lt. Gen. John Morrison, the Army's new Deputy Chief of Staff, G-6.
Federal agency virtual industry days are probably now a permanent part of the acquisition toolkit, according to practitioners.
The Saving the Civil Service Act would block last week's executive order creating new classification of career federal employees in certain key roles and reverse any personnel moves made as a result of the order.
The State Department awarded MetTel a task order for data services worth over $700 million.
A memo from acting personnel chief Michael Rigas told agencies they could look outside the boundaries of a recent executive order for jobs to reclassify, but that the Office of Personnel Management would make final determination.
Defense committee leaders look for a cohesive national security strategy that supports reductions without hampering readiness, but progressives might seek steeper cuts.
Tech experts warn against treating ethics as like just another box on a compliance checklist.
The fast-track deviation clause, designed to support the Nov. 21 rollout of new restrictions on diversity and inclusion training for federal agencies and contractors, is expected to be followed quickly by a Federal Acquisition Regulation rulemaking case.
The Oct. 21 executive order looks to reshape the competitive service by allowing agencies to reclassify policy jobs under a new schedule and give senior managers greater flexibility in hiring candidates and firing employees.
The General Services Administration is talking with federal agency users to further develop its NewPay shared service offering rolled out in September.
The General Services Administration will add more supply chain and cybersecurity protection language, including DOD's CMMC requirements for vendors, to its new contracts as risks grow, according to one of the agency's top acquisition managers.
The bill uses a different cost-of-living adjustment index to bring the adjustment to 3%.
The Department of Homeland Security needs to be consistent in nominating and designating acquisition oversight officials.