As some agencies continue planning for a potential lapse in appropriations at the end of the week, a partial government shutdown may pose the biggest risk for employees’ holiday vacation plans.
The Office of Management and Budget is updating the 11 year old Trusted Internet Connections policy that many said made it harder to move to the cloud.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittees on IT and Government Operations wants to see more agency behaviors change because of FITARA.
In today’s Federal Newscast, citing the cost of defending himself against “false” allegations, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said he will be stepping down.
In today’s Federal Newscast, U.S. SOCOM General Raymond Thomas III calls for a 90-day review amid a handful of ethics scandals.
Federal Chief Information Officer Suzette Kent said all of the work around IT modernization in 2018 set the foundation for bigger accomplishments in 2019.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Senate Democrats said more than 300,000 federal employees will be furloughed if Congress can’t come to a deal on seven remaining appropriation bills.
Agencies are becoming more interested in moving to a zero trust approach to cybersecurity so the CIO Council is working on an effort to define what that means for government.
At the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s hearing on Wednesday on the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act, the latest scorecard is expected to show progress in several areas.
The Coalition for Government Procurement supports GSA’s decision to hold an e-commerce industry day next week to discuss the future of the Multiple Award Schedule and 2018 defense authorization’s Section 846.
At an industry day for the Defense Enterprise Office Solution (DEOS) program, GSA and DoD officials laid out an aggressive timeline to release the solicitation and make an award.
Just three days remain before funding expires for a wide swath of the government, and contractors have advice for the Office of Management and Budget about what should happen.
OMB released a new draft data center policy where cost savings is taking a back seat to optimization and operational realities.
Josh Moses left his role at OMB’s cyber branch chief on Nov. 30 after more than three years to take a job with the PricewatershouseCoopers commercial division.