In the coming year, GSA will tackle the multiple complexities of launching an e-commerce acquisition platform from scratch.
It's still not clear if President Trump will agree to punt a confrontation on funding for the border wall until February, when Democrats control the House of Representatives.
A change in the political control of the House of Representatives could mean more leverage for federal unions and a focus on workforce policies that both sides of the aisle can support.
White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders said at her afternoon briefing that the president had tasked agency heads with finding money that can be reprogrammed for the wall as part of a possible plan to pass appropriations bills and avoid a partial government shutdown.
With multiple cabinet agencies set to run out of discretionary funding on Friday, it may take a new session of Congress to end a stalemate over border wall funding.
Russian influence operations aimed at the U.S. electorate were more widespread than previously known and remain ongoing to this day, according to two new reports.
The Senate has cleared the way for the president to approve implementation of a 10-year plan to accelerate quantum computing research and development.
The Federal Election Commission voted Thursday to allow Congress to reallocate leftover campaign funds to protect personal electronic devices and accounts of members and staff.
The Pentagon is readying to absorb the National Background Investigations Bureau ahead of an anticipated executive order.
While applauding the best-ever progress made on the FITARA scorecard, oversight lawmakers are frustrated with slow progress in some aspects of IT modernization.
In a congressional update on AI investments, Defense Department CIO Dana Deasy explains linkages to enterprise cloud.
An Oval Office photo op devolved into public squabble as President Donald Trump and top Democrats argued on camera about a possible government shutdown.
The tech industry leader is worried that potential abuses of facial recognition technology could diminish enthusiasm for positive and practical uses in commerce and law enforcement.
The Senate cleared a bill to boost information sharing and data access at the Department of Homeland Security, sending it one step closer to the president's desk.
A new congressional report states that Equifax executives knew about critical security flaws months before they discovered they had been hacked, but did little to address the problems.
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Cyber reskilling programs may make sense for human resources, but not as a strategy for defending critical networks.
The Section 809 report offers an opportunity to reflect on the future of federal agency tech leaders, but reports on the impending demise of CIOs at DOD may be exaggerated.
Steve Kelman believes an impressive revolution is brewing in Air Force IT development management.
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