SaaS applications are changing the way agencies work - but new security approaches are needed when you no longer have a perimeter to protect.
The move to a new $50 billion federal telecommunications contract should support transition to new IT services, official say.
The government desperately needs younger talent to replace an aging workforce, and experts say that a freeze on hiring doesn't help.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will test an internally developed scheduling module at primary care sites nationwide to see if it's ready to service the entire agency.
The General Services Administration released an RFI looking for input on an open numbering system for federal procurement.
A big governmentwide contract vehicle at the National Institutes of Health is looking to support more large acquisitions, including cloud computing services.
After missing in the last Congress, drafters of a bill to encourage cloud adoption are looking for a new plan.
The Office of Government Ethics' website was overwhelmed by the volume of visitors, after White House adviser Kellyanne Conway endorsed Ivanka Trump's clothing line in a live TV interview.
Increasing the Defense Department budget and driving innovation and acquisition reform will be the priorities of the House Armed Services Committee this year, according to Chairman Mac Thornberry.
To help prevent fraud, the Social Security Administration hopes make deals to access to private-sector payroll data in real time by the end of this year.
OPM's National Background Investigations Bureau has made significant progress in securing its systems and data, but the security clearance backlog persists, a House panel finds.
A former NTIA administrator told a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee that the handover of internet address book functions to an international group gives the administration new bargaining cred.
Agency watchdogs told the House Oversight Committee that early worries about a purge of the IG ranks by the Trump transition have been put to rest, but they were still concerned about the possible consequences of the federal hiring freeze.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is looking at changes to workforce and procurement policies, including a bid to crack down on federal employees who have "seriously delinquent" tax debt.
Steve Kelman suggests that share-in-savings contracting could help agencies solve the funding conundrum and tackle legacy IT.
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