The 2020 National Defense Authorization Act conference report homes in on other transaction authorities, drones and cybersecurity investments.
A third continuing resolution could be in the cards as lawmakers wrangle over funding levels.
President Donald Trump personally steered a $10-billion cloud computing contract away from frontrunner Amazon Web Services out of personal and political animus against Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, according to the details of a lawsuit released publicly Dec. 9.
Adm. Mike Gilday, the Chief of Naval Operations, directs senior leaders to incorporate technology to enhance maintenance, training, and warfighting capabilities.
The Defense Department is concerned about gaining and keeping a technological edge and is looking to private-sector companies to help seal their capabilities.
The reversal took place after "consultation with Congress and privacy experts," a Customs and Border Protection spokesman says.
Congress, the White House and federal employment groups are at odds over pay increases for civilian federal employees.
Some defense contractors may be disguising their owners and it’s costing the Pentagon millions, according to a new watchdog report.
Dozens of agencies are prepping solicitations to leverage the $50 billion governmentwide telecom contract Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions ahead of a coming deadline. Here's what some vendors had to say about designing task orders to fit agency needs.
Proposed rules back up the White House’s earlier executive order to protect information and communications supply chains from foreign cyber dangers.
CIOs can use hard data to help add value to the modernization discussion.
The elevation of CISA and maturation of Cyber Command have clarified "big picture" responsibilities for the U.S. government's cyber mission, but private-sector coordination remains a question mark.
The Office of Management and Budget's new internet connection guidance is just what the General Services Administration's next-generation telecommunications contract needs, according to experts.
Veronica Daigle, Assistant Secretary for Defense for Readiness, said updating its readiness reporting system using a new framework will help spot readiness deficiencies and predict future needs.
The federal government is now funded through Dec. 20, giving lawmakers and the White House more time to agree on funding bills.
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If agencies find themselves continually in fire-fighting mode with their security, they likely need a better security architecture -- not just another product.
A government-backed school for cyber modeled on West Point or the Naval Academy could provide military and civilian agencies sorely needed operators.
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