GSA's inspector general warned that the transition to the new $50 billion telecom contract is being put at risk because of a lack of interagency agreements.
A plan to pass an immigration bill this week to pave the way to a 2018 budget has gone awry, and it's not clear whether a temporary fix is workable before funding expires at midnight Jan. 19.
Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) and Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) are pushing to give federal employees a pay raise.
Agencies consistently underreport IT project funding, according to a recent oversight report, but progress is being made.
Republicans and Democrats in Congress face the same laundry list of issues that divided them before the holiday recess, and it remains to be seen whether a compromise is in the offing.
Members of the federal financial community have doubts the Trump administration's plan to reorganize the federal government while slashing civilian budgets will make agency operations more efficient.
A new GAO study finds acquisition chiefs and CIOs aren't always connecting on IT spending.
The former chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee and the lead sponsor of the IT procurement bill FITARA is calling it quits.
For all the mystery still surrounding the future of artificial intelligence, some early governmental uses could help federal workers and contractors navigate acquisition regulations to make federal purchasing less complex.
The federal acquisition agency held its first listening meeting with e-commerce providers as it begins planning its own ecommerce portal for federal buyers.
A D.C.-based think tank is launching a new cybersecurity strategy group to be led by the chair of the House's key IT panel and an Obama administration security adviser.
The Connected Government Act requires all new or redesigned federal websites to scale to mobile screens.
Government application of the ledger technology lags behind the hype, but expect more experiments to take off in the coming months.
Spotlight on the Census
After a 2017 filled with uncertainty and slipped deadlines, the Census Bureau faces a critical 2018 that could make or break the constitutionally mandated count.
With the clock running out on government funding, the House and the Senate passed a bill to keep agencies open over the holidays.