Hubbard Radio Washington DC, LLC. All rights reserved. This website is not intended for users located within the European Economic Area.
GSA has made it clear the follow-on to Networx, called Network Services 2020, will live up to its name with most agencies not completely migrating to the new contract for another five years.
The Chief Information Officer's Council held a meeting last week to discuss the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act and ensure there is consistent implementation across the government.
The Office of Management and Budget is instructing agencies to set up their own digital services group modeled after those at the General Services Administration under 18F and the Veterans Affairs Department.
The House of Representatives is looking for a CIO. The winning candidate would be responsible for the operations of the House's information and communications systems.
Small businesses are getting some long-waited good news from the Small Business Administration. SBA issued a Dec. 29 proposed rule nearly a year after Congress passed the fiscal 2013 Defense Authorization bill changing certain provisions in the Small Business Act.
The Homeland Security Department is thinking beyond continuous monitoring and the Director of National Intelligence wants help forecasting cyber attack vectors.
There have been a couple of interesting tidbits about the chief information officer's community that have been uncovered over the last month.
As Inside the Reporter's Notebook celebrates its third year, we take a look back at the most-read stories of 2014.
On this week's Inside the Reporter's Notebook, lawmakers finally moved on cyber because the White House signaled over the summer its acceptance that smaller may be better.
The passage of five cybersecurity bills by Congress in the past week signals a long-coming and much needed change to how agencies defend their computer networks and hire the people to do that critical work.
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.