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.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency required agencies to take action against a major problem with the virtual private network software from Pulse Secure.
GAO told the House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Government Operations that CIO authorities improved across five agencies over the course of the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) scorecard.
The last 15 years of federal agency IT modernization seems to be culminating under the Biden administration due to a perfect combination of technology maturation, pandemic's impact and real funding from Congress.
President Joe Biden plans to nominate two former members of the NSA to lead CISA and the new White House cyber director office.
Two agencies are attempting to improve the Contractor Performance Assessment Retrieval System (CPARS) process, which many say isn’t working as intended.
Vendors on the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions program say solicitations and awards picked up pace over the last few months, but some are taking much longer than necessary putting the transition at risk.
The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Accreditation Body named Matt Travis, the former deputy director at CISA, as its new CEO as part of the program’s continued growth.
The General Services Administration released a request for information to gather feedback on its new services contract called BIC MAC—Best-in-Class Multiple Award Contract.
The Senate approved $650 million for agency cybersecurity upgrades, and another $350 million for the U.S. Digital Service and the Federal Citizen Services Fund to address workforce and other modernization needs.
New chairmen and ranking members of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government and the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee could help break the 20-year IT modernization blockade.
A draft manager’s amendment obtained by Federal News Network shows the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee also includes $650 million for CISA and $200 million for the USDS.