The IRS estimates it will need $4 billion in multi-year funding over the next five years to meet the goals of the 2019 Taxpayer First Act and its IT modernization plan.
Buried in the next pandemic spending proposal from Joe Biden are big dollars for federal IT.
With Congress totally preoccupied with the aftermath of the Capitol riot, and fresh pandemic spending, is there what you might call a normal agenda? For some answers on what to expect near term WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
DISA launched its cloud-based internet isolation program as a way to keep malware off of DoD networks, but it also reduced the need for expensive IT infrastructure upgrades.
President-elect Biden announces American Rescue Plan that includes significant funding increases for federal technology and cybersecurity to address long-standing challenges.
Federal spending never stops rising, and that's certainly true of contracts spending. The pandemic has accelerated contract spending in several categories.
With a look ahead, Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The National Defense Authorization Act for 2021 is, like NDAAs tend to be, a vehicle burdened with semi-related policy provisions.
In today's Federal Newscast, new analysis from Bloomberg Government found agencies spent almost 700 billion dollars on procurement last year.
Irv Dennis, HUD’s chief financial officer, said his office raised employee morale, converted manual processes to digital ones and received its first clean audit in eight years.
In an extraordinary New Year’s Day session, the Republican-controlled Senate easily turned aside the veto, dismissing Trump’s objections to the $740 billion bill and handing him a stinging rebuke just weeks before his term ends.
President Donald Trump is lashing out at congressional Republicans after the House easily voted to override his veto of a defense policy bill
A whole swath of professions will lose special pay if Congress can't override the NDAA veto.
The Trump administration has suspended a requirement for agencies to set strategic planning goals and to share progress made with Congress and the public as part of the annual budget process.