Digital modernization saves NASA ‘a lot of time, effort and money’

You might not think a $23 billion annual budget will have you looking for ways to pinch pennies, but if you’re NASA, the cost to explore the universe…

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GSA credits success of record IT revenue savings to transparency, more trust

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Senate would give Labor $25M for shared services, zero out funding to modernize payroll processing

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Federal, industry executives propose solutions to age-old shared services challenge

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CISA’s still overcoming challenges 5 years after Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act became law

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GSA almost ready to launch first set of modernized payroll services

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Former federal CIO Kent reflects on her tenure, accomplishments, biggest frustrations

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Federal CIO says new cyber shared services to help agencies make more informed choices

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75 small, micro agencies to have access to advanced cyber services under new award

GSA and DHS award a $276 million contract to CGI-Federal to modernize the current shared services platform and add new capabilities for small and micro…

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FILE- This Jan. 21, 2017, file photo shows the floor of the main lobby of the Central Intelligence Agency in Langley, Va. The FBI “exercised remarkable caution and candor” in securing search warrants that led to espionage charges against a former CIA employee, prosecutors have told a federal judge presiding over the case. Prosecutors said a court hearing is not necessary to reject Joshua Adam Schulte’s claims that evidence should be tossed out because searches of his New York City residence and various electronic accounts were illegal. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)

Time for DoD to cancel JEDI, ride the CIA’s cloud coattails

The IT Acquisition Advisory Council (IT-AAC) sent a memo to House and Senate lawmakers explaining why the Defense Department should drop its JEDI plan…

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With 40% of funds spent on compliance, OMB aims to give grantees some relief

For the first time in seven years, the Office of Management and Budget is revamping the regulations that govern the federal grant making process based on changes in legislation and those requested by the grants community.

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