Since November at least six agencies issued notices or requests for information/proposals to industry seeking feedback on how to do more to protect their supply chains.
GSA is extending the continuity of services clause for Networx, WITS 3 and the local service contracts for a year that will allow agencies and vendors time to sunset services on the expired contracts.
Army CIO Raj Iyer said the service will launch a cloud service outside the continental United States (OCONUS) in the Indo-Pacific command.
The inspections are mandatory for all houses, and will give the services a better understanding of the overall condition of privately-operated homes on their bases.
The list of executives leaving OMB’s Office of the Federal CIO is growing, but don’t take that as a bad sign.
The 13th Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) scorecard hearing offered some ideas for future ways to measure agency IT modernization progress.
Government attorneys appealed a Texas judge's finding that the Navy's strict religious accommodation process violates the religious freedoms of 35 sailors who refused the vaccine.
The Marine Corps granted its first two religious exemptions to the military's vaccine mandate last week. But punitive actions have moved ahead for thousands of other service members who've refused shots.
Federal News Network asked former federal executives for their memories and thoughts about the impact of the BlackBerry device on the federal sector.
Michael Peckham, the former CFO of the Program Support Office at HHS, is one of several executives retiring after more than 30 years in government.
The Defense Information Systems Agency’s new strategic plan details a policy change in the way the agency will buy and manage cloud services under the JWCC program.
The top 10 Reporter’s Notebook stories in 2021 demonstrated the popularity of topics ranging from IT modernization to cybersecurity to large contract vehicles.
The top 10 Ask the CIO shows in 2021 demonstrate how the program has evolved over the last 14 years.
Former federal technology executives offer their insights of the biggest stories of 2021 and which storylines will carry over in 2022.