The FDIC is looking for a senior IT security specialist for a term appointment of 13 months with a possibility of a three years extension for a total of four years.
Forty vendors now have a leg up in bidding on contracts with the Defense Logistics Agency. DLA became the second major Defense Department agency or service to publicly announce its superior supplier list.
The Justice Department's first foray into the open data world with the launch of two APIs is noteworthy. But the underlying reason why DoJ could release the software code is really the story here.
An interesting bid protest decision flew under the radar that signals yet another challenge to FedBid, the reverse auction contractor.
Jessica Wright, who's served as the undersecretary of Defense for personnel and readiness since January 2013, announced on Thursday that she'll be retiring at the end of March.
Industry seems to think "lowest-price technically acceptable" contracts are pervasive and are causing many firms to lose money on contracts. But Frank Kendall, the Pentagon's acquisition chief, has told us before that he suspects a few high-profile cases have blown the whole thing out of proportion.
This week, the Pentagon awarded a series of contracts to outside accounting firms to begin the widest-ranging series of external financial audits in the department's history.
The Pentagon is making some adjustments to the role of its chief information officer, intended in part to help lay down where the CIO's role begins and ends with respect to DoD's still-developing cyber doctrine.
The Executive Office of the President is looking for a Information Technology Specialist to be the branch chief within the cybersecurity division. Applications are due Dec. 5.
Harvard, the Commerce Department and the Office of Management and Budget are stealing away three senior executives from the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy.
What could be the last set of the mostly dreaded annual Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) reports are arriving from agency inspector generals.
The Department of Defense recently released the results of a 45-day study, detailing three new approaches to help military services and agencies ensure the security of the commercial clouds they use.
The Pentagon has been relying on teleconferencing for decades. The downside is that much of the equipment and technology DoD relies on for video teleconferences (VTCs) has been around for decades.
Many members of the Marine Corps who currently have access to a government-issued BlackBerry had better start weaning themselves off as the Pentagon pushes a bring-your-own-device approach.