GSA’s William Zielinski and Lawrence Hale joined Cyber Chat to discuss the acquisition process and vehicles for the cybersecurity supply chain.
Dear scientists of the federal government, in these times of uncertainty and instability, I want to thank you for your commitment to providing the American people with facts backed by sound science.
Jagger Esch, President & CEO of Elite Insurance Partners & MedicareFAQ.com, clarifies how Federal Employee Health Benefits and Medicare work together.
Larry Allen, the managing director of the Federal Market Access Group at BDO USA, outlines some initial concerns that contractors should be aware of as GSA consolidates 24 schedule contracts to one.
Steve Harris, the senior vice president and general manager for Dell Technologies Federal, explains why multi-cloud offers flexibility and innovation
Chris Barlow, the director of marketing for Synergetics, Inc., details what agencies should keep in mind as they consider using artificial intelligence.
In part 2 of their look at the Air Force’s procurement innovations, Tim Cooke and Anne Laurent explain why the service’s approach to category management is catching on with other agencies.
Tim Cooke and Anne Laurent detail how the Air Force is finding success in using business innovations to become better buyers.
Bernie Kluger, a former deputy performance improvement officer at OPM, makes the case that if Americans begin to see government as the one employer best able to provide work with meaning, then they have a personal reason to be invested in its improvement.
Mark Byers, the president of DSS, explains why VA should take a best of breed approach to its electronic health record modernization program.
NITAAC responds to incorrect statements made on the 9/3 episode of Amtower Off Center.
Jim Hansen, the vice president of products, security and application management for SolarWinds, detailed why agencies need to do more to protect their employees from cyber attacks.
Researchers have big plans for Argonne National Laboratory’s future exascale supercomputer, Aurora.
Through cost savings, streamlining bureaucracy, and standardizing the way they do business, the Labor Department continues to innovate and modernize so its resources can be focused on the American workforce.