White House and General Services Administration are tracking crowdsourcing along with technology challenges as paths to innovation.
Lawmakers seek annual reporting requirements to get insight into how the Defense Department uses other transaction agreements.
The General Services Administration's plan to unify procurement schedules includes a plan to rein in sprawl in special item numbers.
The House Armed Services Committee debated into the early morning, pushing the 21 hour mark before passing its version of the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act.
The House Appropriations Committee approved a series of cybersecurity-related research and development initiatives that are designed to tighten up protection to the electric grid and other energy systems.
Election security, critical infrastructure protection and CDM all received funding boosts, but disagreements on immigration loom over the bill's passage into law.
Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-Texas), ranking member of the House Armed Services Committee, wants to add $17 billion to the top-line defense budget with boosts to tech initiatives.
The personal devices and private email accounts of campaign and political staff are difficult to protect from determined political and nation-state adversaries.
The House defense committee chair wants DOD to develop a process and criteria for suspending and debarring foreign tech companies that pose supply chain risks.
House Appropriators want the Office of Personnel Management to improve on its core duties including retirement processing without support from a planned merger with the General Services Administration.
Members of industry involved in supply chain security efforts worry that international trade and other geopolitical concerns are muddying the security focus of their work.
The General Services Administration wants to hear industry's ideas on how it should consolidate its buying schedules into a single format.
An anti-fraud measure under a 2018 banking law requires the Social Security Administration to build an electronic verification system, but first industry has to help pay for it.
The head of Technology Transformation Services wants the White House-backed Centers of Excellence program to accommodate emerging technology.
Some members of Congress say law enforcement agencies are relying on decades-old laws to justify use of facial recognition tech.
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The co-founders of Coding it Forward weigh in on the talent-recruitment efforts in civic tech.
Two experts explain how to put homeland security front-and-center in today's connected world.
The government agency chief data officer role comes with nuances, and to ensure success, officials need to be mindful of far more than simply structuring datasets.
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