Officials at two agencies with low Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act grades pushed back on their scores and outlined their future modernization plans before a House panel.
Under a new policy, Defense employees and contractors are restricted from bringing their personal mobile devices into secure areas designated for processing, handling and discussion of classified information.
The U.S. Digital Service is adding a digital services contracting certification to create a cadre of "technology acquisition mavericks."
More agencies' grades dropped on the sixth Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act scorecard.
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.
Agency transition to shared services could be eased by the same fee model that supports agencies move to the EIS telecom contract.
The move is the latest step in the long-planned modernization of the System of Award Management.
The five-year policy plan articulates the Department of Homeland Security's cyber role as almost entirely defensive.
A former Census director told FCW that the bureau appears to be "in pretty good shape right now" when it comes to funding.
The U.S. government will revisit harsh sanctions against Chinese telecom firm ZTE, despite years of complaints by U.S. officials that the communications giant violates trade laws and may facilitate Chinese espionage.
The report criticizes the proliferation of more than 500 cloud acquisition and migration efforts as being "reminiscent of DOD's current legacy information technology environment, which is not optimized for the 21st century."
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Deputy Director Justin Poole said the key to acquisition reform is more autonomy.
An appropriations bill funding the legislative branch calls for a study of resurrecting the defunct Office of Technology Assessment.
The House Armed Service Committee's 2019 defense spending bill also calls for more detail on the Pentagon's controversial JEDI cloud acquisition program.