VA has paused development on “VistA Evolution,” the program it’s been using for the last several years to modernize its existing electronic health records with help from the open source community.
Navy officials say they must get prototypes of new systems into the hands of sailors and Marines more quickly before investing billions of dollars in producing new systems.
The Army’s 2017 budget would roughly double the funding line which pays for involuntary mobilizations of selected reservists within the National Guard and Army Reserve.
Most of the increase in the government’s improper payments during 2015 comes from a higher rate of payment errors in the Medicaid program.
Reported improper payments are likely to increase as agencies improve their ability to ferret out overpayments and underpayments
On this week’s show, we take a detailed look at the long-awaited instruction the Defense Department issued in January on services acquisition. DoD Instruction 5000.74 is the first standalone instruction the department has ever issued specifically…
DISA asks industry for help in defining the requirements for next version of MilCloud, including how to set up utility-based pricing
Through a system once known as contract court and now called Services Requirements Review Boards (SRRBs), the Defense Department is looking to cut 10 percent of its spending on contracted services within DoD’s “fourth estate” this year.
Individual DoD components are still, to a large extent, on their own when it comes to picking a provider and shepherding them through the military’s security approval process. The Navy hopes to change that beginning next month with a managed service it’s calling its “Cloud Store.”
A message to the fleet dated Feb. 5 says administrators of all unclassified systems have only one week left to implement two-factor authentication using Common Access Cards.
The Pentagon is revisiting the work roles of each member of its vast IT workforce and adding specific cybersecurity responsibilities to each position.
Air Force says it’s all-in on agile methodology to update its main intelligence analysis system and will no longer use traditional block upgrades.
The Army uses Other Transaction Authority to buy cyber prototypes and hopes to use IT Box to deploy them broadly.
The Air Force had previously predicted it would be fully ready for high-end conflict by 2025. That date keeps slipping because its pilots and planes are busy in the Middle East.