Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.), chairman of the Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Government Operations, wrote to GSA on July 15 seeking answers to why the transition to UEI has struggled.
A round up of federal technology executives from GSA, NOAA, the FBI and others who have been “on the move” over the last few months and that you may have missed.
A provision in the omnibus spending bill for 2022 requires the Homeland Security Department to submit a report to Congress on the impact of most pilot programs.
The General Services Administration expects to release the draft RFP in early 2023 with the final one coming by March 2023.
Here are three news items you may have missed from the recent Emerging Technology and Innovation Conference sponsored by ACT-IAC in Cambridge, Md.
The Marines Corps awarded GDIT a task order under the Defense Enterprise Office Solutions (DEOS) contract to test out how they can receive Microsoft Office capabilities both on-premise and in the cloud in a classified environment.
GSA issued a deviation to the Federal Acquisition Regulations in March for Polaris and plans to issue a similar one for the Services MAC to remove the requirement to have maximum and minimum dollar thresholds.
Former officials call the Energy Department’s decision not to name a political appointee to lead its Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security and Emergency Response (CESER) a mistake.
GSA and Treasury’s Bureau of Fiscal Service will launch the financial management shared services marketplace later this year with public and private sector providers.
Microsoft lost the 10-year top secret cloud contract competition for a second time, but decided not to protest.
Two former federal technology executives offer advice for how they successfully drove innovation at the departments of Transportation and Veterans Affairs.
The Federal Acquisition Service has had a busy first six months of fiscal 2022, including trying to give contractors and agencies relief from inflation.
Justice Department’s Executive Office for Immigration Review names Sanjay Gupta, the former SBA CTO, as its new CIO.
The White House’s fiscal 2023 budget request includes $65 billion for federal civilian IT spending, including big increases for DHS, OPM and SBA.