The U.S. Digital Service is adding a digital services contracting certification to create a cadre of "technology acquisition mavericks."
Halfway through a four-phase implementation, feds running the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program want to retool the process to ensure the back half runs smoother than the front half did.
The leaders of the Senate committee who will hold the confirmation hearing for Robert Wilkie to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs said they didn't expect the nominee's status as acting head of department to be a problem.
There is bipartisan support to fund the Energy Department's new cybersecurity office, some on Capitol Hill want more tangibles.
More agencies' grades dropped on the sixth Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act scorecard.
A sense of urgency is important, but agencies must map a clear path forward before rushing in.
The Census Bureau has been without a confirmed director for almost a year, and 21 Senate Democrats are urging Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to put forward a qualified candidate.
The General Services Administration is looking to acquire a commercial software solution for government payroll.
An amendment designed to block Trump's proposed rollback of sanctions against Chinese telecom firm ZTE passed its first legislative hurdle.
In light of multiple large-scale data breaches in recent years, some on Capitol Hill are looking at accelerating the move away from widespread reliance on social security numbers in government systems.
A House panel wanted details on how Trump administration plans to attract a high quality workforce while pushing legislative proposals aimed at cutting benefits.
With agency reorganization plans due this month, Alan Balutis offers nine reminders for executives who will shape the change.
A group of lawmakers, led by the senior members of the House and Senate committees that oversee the Department of Veterans Affairs, are worried about the agency's new acting CIO and the slow pace of senior tech hires.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order to promote the CIO authorities called for in the FITARA legislation and to help speed direct-hire authority for tech personnel at agencies in need.
The Department of State is lifting a hiring freeze that has been in effect since the early days of the Trump administration.