The Defense Department is putting legacy applications on the back burner as it pushes toward an interconnected cloud environment.
Right now responsibility for IT acquisition and cybersecurity policy sprawls over multiple federal departments, with no single accountable leader at the top. Is that a good idea?
A U.S. Digital Services team report recommended scrapping a tool needed for the June 6 implementation of a law that pays for veterans' healthcare outside the VA system.
Steve Kelman offers an unexpected example of government committing to continuous improvement.
In a FedBizOpps notice, the bureau said it plans to extend by another year current Information Technology Supplies and Support Services contract, also known as ITSSS or "IT Triple-S."
The Transportation Security Administration is moving quickly on acquisition plans to put "game-changing" 3D baggage scanning systems in place.
The deputy federal CIO brings both deep-agency experience and big-picture perspective to a management agenda that has IT at its core.
Why the federal government needs to fund change management efforts alongside IT modernization.
The program will spend the next two years operationalizing data and building out a new risk scoring algorithm, but agencies continue to "leave the door wide open" through bad hygiene.
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Steve Kelman stresses the importance of keeping politics out of procurement.
Steve Kelman sees signs that new firms are becoming the new normal.
Meeting the expectations of end users and agency leaders means ensuring applications perform at the same levels or better once they are operating in the cloud.
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