With working capital funds, maybe agencies can finally close the service gap with industry.
A panel of federal experts offered opinions and insights about what IT and procurement topics that rose to the forefront in 2020 and impacted agencies and contractors alike.
A panel of federal experts offered opinions and insights about what IT and procurement topics will impact agencies and contractors alike over the next 12 months.
Interviews with technology executives from VA, NGA and DISA were the three most popular Ask the CIO interviews of 2020 proving the trend that automation, cyber and strategy continue to attract readers.
These steps will set you on that path as you look into what will work six to 12 months from now. It requires aligning on data strategy, bridging the legacy tech gaps, and inventorying systems so you know where you stand and what resources are at your disposal.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee released the 11th FITARA scorecard where no agency received an "A" grade and 10 agencies earned B grades.
For the third year in a row, Congress isn't buying the White House's request nor Democrat lawmakers’ pleas for more money to help agencies move away from legacy systems more quickly.
The court decision likely paves the way for the Navy to transition to the new NGEN contract, though Perspecta may still take its case to an appellate court.
The Navy is becoming ever more digital as information warfare, cybersecurity, and command and control become data driven activities.
In recent years, federal acquisition policy and practice has been a competition between two different priorities: Efficiency and innovation. Instead of balancing these priorities, innovation has taken the backseat.
Findings suggest that state governments for most part have a solid cybersecurity foundation and are making strides in improving IT modernization efforts.
Laura Stanton, Keith Nakasone and Allen Hill, members of the IT category leadership team at the General Services Administration, join host Roger Waldron on this week's Off the Shelf to discuss cloud computing, eCommerce and GSA's IT procurement and management programs.
Final bids are due Feb. 8 for yet another massive DoD IT contract. Although it's attracted much less attention than JEDI, this one's winner-take-all too.
Troy Edgar, the Homeland Security Department’s chief financial officer, said the Transportation Security Administration moved to the Coast Guard’s financial management shared service in October has proven to be successful, making TSA the second component to modernize.