Current and former federal technology officials say the recent inspector general report on GSA’s Login.gov reinforced why working with the Technology Transformation Service continues to leave a sour taste in many agency’s mouths.
A dozen unsuccessful bidders protested the award of CATTS IT services contract, claiming Commerce didn’t evaluate their proposals properly.
The Department of the Navy pushed out Tom Sasala, the department’s highly-respected CDO since October 2019, leaving it without defined leadership and potentially overwhelming its data organization.
National Industries for the Blind and two other groups are asking a federal court to make GSA rescind its commercial platform solicitation and comply with the JWOD Act law.
Federal experts praised Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) for past legislative bipartisan efforts around quantum computing and federal cyber workforce.
FEMA brings back a familiar face to be its new CIO while HHS, the Navy and GSA fill key technology leadership roles.
National Science Foundation CIO Dorothy Aronson will remain a principal advisor while a new executive will lead the Office of Business Information Technology (BIT) Services and be the CIO and CTO.
Lauren Knausenberger, the Air Force’s chief information officer, said despite protest delays, the service is taking steps to prepare for the future enterprise IT-as-a-service approach.
The Office of Management and Budget asked agencies to submit data about how they are protecting their domains from distributed denial of service attacks after a Russian-based group claimed responsibility for two successful incidents.
Federal technology executives around government were moving into new jobs, retiring or heading to the private sector over the last few months.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s continuous diagnostics and mitigation (CDM) program is planning to expand the capabilities of the agency and federal dashboards in 2023.
The General Services Administration is surging resources to fix the problems with the Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) transition to the new validation service, but companies and lawmakers remain frustrated.
Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.), chairman of the Special Committee on Aging, is leading the charge to bring some sunlight onto agency 508 efforts after accountability from Congress, agencies has dropped over the last decade.
The General Services Administration’s inspector general released its third report or alert over the last year about the data behind the Transactional Data Reporting program.