The Bureau of the Fiscal Service acting Commissioner Matt Miller said two requests for information and meetings with industry and agencies is leading up to the Quality Service Management Office (QSMO) finalizing its financial management shared services strategy.
Alma Cole, the chief information security officer for the Customs and Border Protection directorate in the Department of Homeland Security, is leaving to join Caterpillar, a global information services company, as the deputy CISO.
A recent change to the CIO-SP4 solicitation is forcing many small firms to change their bidding strategy at the last minute, leading to calls for NITAAC to pause the entire effort.
The Office of Management and Budget set a 2025 deadline for agencies to move at least 80% of all IP assets to Internet Protocol version 6.
The Technology Modernization Fund board is ensuring agency proposals are tied to investment and overall strategic plans.
The Department of Homeland Security is facing two protests of its FirstSource III request for proposals after two companies questioned the requirements.
A new survey from the IPC, an industry association representing electronic manufacturers, found nearly a quarter of all respondents said the cost and burden of CMMC may force them out of the defense industrial base.
Agencies have to start using the full taxonomy under the Technology Business Management (TBM) standards as part of their fiscal 2023 budget requests, but several are unlikely to meet OMB’s deadline.
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 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.
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.