Digital Government

ATF looks to consolidate data to aid investigations

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives sees an opportunity to tap data analytics to address rising gun store robberies.

Workforce

DHS closes in on new compensation rules for cyber talent

An emerging cyber talent hiring system at DHS awaits new payroll rules, said the agency's top IT officials.

Acquisition

Eliminating acquisition friction

The Office of Federal Procurement Policy is focused on eliminating barriers to faster procurement, said its leader.

Acquisition

NASA's SEWP sees 40% spending increase in 2020

NASA's governmentwide acquisition contract sees substantial increase in orders for fiscal 2020; COVID impact is unclear.

Acquisition

New small biz GWAC dubbed Polaris

A draft request for proposals for a new small business contract vehicle is expected from the General Services Administration in the coming months.

Digital Government

USAGov hones data, services

GSA's COVID-19 data aggregation operation sharpens information and services as pandemic continues.

IT Modernization

NASA sets internal contact tracing app

NASA leverages commercial software, CDO Council for the agency's COVID tracing app.

IT Modernization

DHS poised for major EIS commitment

The Department of Homeland Security is getting ready to implement a big part of its plans for the federal government's $50 billion next-generation telecommunications contract.

Workforce

New federal CIO, CISO on tap

The White House is planning to name two officials to senior tech posts with a possible change of administration looming.

Digital Government

SBA taps cloud for loan forgiveness platform

The Small Business Administration is using a commercial off the shelf software as a services platform to process applications for its loan forgiveness relief program.

Cybersecurity

DHS watchdog weighs in on 2019 biometrics leak

Customs and Border Protection didn't adequately safeguard data that eventually leaked by subcontractor, a recent Inspector General report states.

IT Modernization

NARA looks to multi-cloud

The federal government's archive drafting a multi-cloud storage acquisition strategy to accommodate other agencies' digital data.

Digital Government

OPM built COVID dashboard on a shoestring

Office of Personnel Management used a purchase card to kick off cloud-based emergency response data dashboard.

Cybersecurity

PIV security frays under the crush of telework

Adversaries are adapting to the shifting identity authentication gaps on federal and commercial networks created by the remote work environment, according to federal security experts.

Acquisition

Interior awards $482M EIS task order

The Department of the Interior signed another sizeable task order this month for telephone services under the General Services Administration's $50 billion, next-generation telecommunications contract.

Cybersecurity

CISA orders agencies to patch dire Window flaw

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency alerted federal agencies of an authentication flaw in Microsoft server software in need of an immediate fix.

Cybersecurity

Treasury needs better cybersecurity tracking

The Government Accountability Office wants Treasury to do more to track the progress of financial services industry cybersecurity mitigation efforts.

Cybersecurity

Shared services poised for adoption

Quality Service Management Offices shared service offerings move closer to reality for federal agencies.

Acquisition

IG: GSA system erred on small business designation

Large businesses were misidentified as small businesses in General Services Administration's procurement data system, according to the agency's watchdog.

Acquisition

Recent EIS activity goes on the books

The Department of the Interior, the Council on Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency and the Defense Information Systems Agency spent the summer awarding Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions task orders.

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