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The Defense Department gives troops a bigger BAH bump than last year.
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.
TRICARE beneficiaries now have until the end of the year to change their health plan.
Oracle says the Defense Department’s JEDI acquisition is fatally flawed, violating numerous procurement and conflict of interest statutes.
The Air Force believes its new streamlined ATO process will not only get systems online faster, it will deliver better security.
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 General Services Administration told agencies they could have up to three more years to transition to the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract, but had to meet certain short term deadlines.
The military services are thinking about sending troops to different areas depending on deployability status.