Tom Temin reminds us that technologies never stop developing until they’re obsolete.
These issues surrounding market concentration and competition, as well as the effectiveness of competition, come at an important time for the procurement community.
Mike Smoyer, president of the Digital Government Institute, Jim Bejoian, national government relations consultant for Ricoh, and David Blakenhorn, chief technology officer at DLT, join host Mark Amtower for a wide ranging discussion of some of the big issues affecting government contractors. August 21, 2017
The federal government may be a step behind industry when it comes to IT, but it’s always the same step. It stays in the race, never quite catching up.
The government operates a panoply of operating systems on its end points and servers. Never mind Windows 7. You can still find XP, Vista and Windows Server 2003.
It’s President Donald Trump’s turn to step up to the federal technology plate. Will he hit a home run or strike out?
It takes people, people with knowledge, skill and planning to get new plans through government.
The government has made progress in the last 15 years, but it’s nowhere near a fully digital model.
Christian Marrone, vice president, External Affairs and chief of staff for CSRA, Inc., discusses the federal IT marketplace, and the role his company’ s next generation IT is playing in meeting mission requirements. September 20, 2016
Everywhere you look, the government is crying out for modernization.