The service is rebranding and changing its acquisition structure to reflect new statutory authorities and its agile approach to development.
The U.S. Air Force is considering a rapid capabilities office to streamline cybersecurity acquisition.
The Census Bureau bumped its lifecycle cost estimate for the 2020 count up to $15.6 billion last year -- more than $3 billion more than initially projected. But the GAO is, again, taking issue with the reliability of the estimate.
The FAA completed the rollout of a nationwide real-time drone operations authorization system.
Army Futures Command hopes to streamline the acquisition process with its own innovation arm and a new CTO.
As TMF funding hangs in the balance, the modernization board advises applicants not to bury the lede.
As part of a "minibus" funding bill lawmakers have agreed to extend the clock until after the midterm elections to keep the rest of government running at current funding levels as they continue deliberating on appropriations bills.
U.S. Cyber Command's contracting office is in its "infancy" with a handful of staff and is looking to expand while showing Congress it knows what it's doing.
Quantum computing could upend current cryptography standards, and experts are urging government to take an interest in the technology as it develops.
There's momentum in the public and private sectors behind an idea to expand government's role in validating digital identities.
The $2 billion "AI Next" campaign aims to transform computers from specialized tools to partners with contextual reasoning capabilities.
A new blanket purchasing agreement aligns GSA and Air Force in a "strategic partnership" on IT hardware and products under blanket purchase agreement.
After seven years of federal cloud mandates, we've learned that one size does not fit all.
Senate oversight chiefs tell agencies to cool their year-end "use it or lose it" spending.
The Defense Information Systems Agency withdrew a request for information on rapid cloud migration after just two days.
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CIOs should consider infrastructure improvements to make sure agencies get the most out of IT modernization.
IT security and HR shops must align their policies and activities to tackle the threat of data exfiltration.
Students drawn to digital government are bringing desperately needed skills (and enthusiasm) to agencies that are willing to engage, Steve Kelman writes.
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