The Veterans Affairs Department is getting out of the smart identity card issuance business by moving its 500,000 employees to GSA’s shared service.
The Agriculture Department is taking over the development and implementation of its Centers of Excellence IT modernization initiatives after learning from contractors and GSA staff over the past 18 months.
Anne Neuberger, the director of cybersecurity at NSA, said the new cybersecurity directorate is expected to reach initial operational capability on Oct. 1 and full operational capability by Dec. 31.
DHS, the CIA and DoD are finding innovative ways to hire, train and retain employees with expertise in cybersecurity, cloud computing and other hard-to-fill technology skillsets.
Jimmy Jones, who spent the last 20 years in federal service at the departments of Education, Interior and Transportation and the Recovery Board, is one of several people on the move in the federal IT and acquisition community.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has been waiting since January for the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs in OMB to finish its review of the new and expanded privacy controls in SP 800-53, Revision 5.
The Interior Department awards a $94 million contract to move its email to Microsoft O365, while DHS will release its solicitation for FirstSource III in January.
The Coalition for Government Procurement, the National Defense Industrial Association and the Professional Services Council say the interim final rule published Aug. 13 needs some clarity around False Claims Act liability.
The Department of Homeland Security released a solicitation through its Commercial Solutions Opening pilot to see if vendors have artificial intelligence tools to improve the Contractor Performance Assessment Retrieval System (CPARS) process.
The Department of Health and Human Services’ Program Support Center is not answering the phone or email for many of its customers and decided it doesn’t have the authority to transfer contracts back to their home agencies.
GSA decided to use its upcoming IT services contract vehicle, known as COMET, to implement its new Contract Acquisition Life-Cycle Management (CALM) system. The decision surprised some vendors.
Federal News Network asked three legal experts to review and comment on the Court of Federal Claims’ decision on the protest of DoD’s JEDI cloud procurement.
Dana Deasy, Defense Department CIO, told reporters that the Pentagon will not make an award under JEDI until Secretary Mark Esper finishes his review
Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle, the new DoD Secretary and the president continue to weigh-in on the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure procurement raising questions about the future of the initiative.