Even assuming an active-duty force that’s significantly larger than the one that exists today, the Pentagon says it has 19 percent more facilities than it can use.
For the first time in years, the overall score across all agencies reviewed on the Federal Plain Language Report Card dropped, and some agencies received scores below a C-minus.
The Army says its new plan to modernize networks differs from past efforts because it’s “threat-informed” by recent developments in modern warfare.
The Army has launched a four-month project to create a new “modernization command,” and plans to have it fully functional by next summer.
The Navy plans to release a draft RFP for an enterprise cloud contract by the end of 2017, saying most systems — including secret ones — will move to the cloud.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, John Gilroy hosts a round table discussion of innovation in the federal government with representatives from three start-up companies. Drone Aerospace Managements’s Avery Brown, 540’s Chris Bock and Emergent’s Joel Benge join Gilroy for this wide-ranging conversation. October 10, 2017
Attorney and government contracts expert Jonathan Aronie of Sheppard Mullins, joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center, for a wide ranging discussion of Section 801 of the Defense Authorization bill, the future of GSA schedules, and bid protests. October 9, 2017
Analysis by Govini showed growing need for outside help with cyber defense, resilience anfd security at federal and civilian agencies.
After merger of three Pentagon IT organizations, the new Joint Service Provider declares full operational capability, becomes part of the Defense Information Systems Agency.
The Air Force’s decision to consolidate base support functions has gone some way toward the goal of reducing headquarters staffs, but officials see its real value in gathering enterprise-level information.