A new draft memo, GSA says using the consumption model for cloud services would increase competition, and encourage new entrants to the schedule program.
The Army has expanded its temporary lodging improvement plans out to 2029.
The Biden administration is asking for a 2.4% increase and a 14% increase in federal IT and cybersecurity spending, respectively, in fiscal 2022.
John Demers, the assistant attorney general for National Security in DoJ, said the review group will send its recommendations to the Commerce Department.
GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service flipped the switch on May 24 for the new SAM.gov portal bringing together 1.5 million users across six acquisition websites under one umbrella.
The Air Force said it's moving into a "more operational" stage for its "internet of military things," beginning by turning its new KC-46 refueling tanker into a data distribution platform.
Matt Hartman, the deputy executive assistant director for cyber at CISA, said without EINSTEIN, there may be departments today that still did not know they were victims of the SolarWinds campaign.
Former and current DHS and White House cyber experts say the EINSTEIN intrusion detection, prevention initiative has lived up to most expectations.
Moving quickly on directions from Congress, the Trump Administration dissolved what had been DoD's third highest-ranking position during its last week in office. The Biden Administration hasn't yet decided if it wants to alter those plans.
Federal CIO Clare Martorana told Federal News Network that the TMF board will receive additional resources to review proposals if necessary.
Jeff Koses, GSA’s senior procurement executive, wrote in a blog post that the Transactional Data Reporting pilot proved it’s a worthy replacement for the dreaded Price Reduction Clause.
Few agencies have been able to take advantage of working capital funds for IT modernization as granted under the MGT Act.
A bill that would remove sexual assault investigations from the military chain of command now has 46 Senate co-sponsors, including 10 Republicans.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency required agencies to take action against a major problem with the virtual private network software from Pulse Secure.