A new request for information from the CFO Council hopes to attract education and training providers to create an on-demand marketplace.
The Transportation Department and the FDA have new chief information officers, while the Air Force and the Homeland Security Department have new chief technology officers.
The e-marketplace proof-of-concept provides GSA and OMB a chance to collect procurement data for assessing current market performance and to develop future strategies.
U.S. Digital Corps will bring in two-year fellows to be assigned throughout the government.
The Agriculture Department created a new interagency working group to manage its cloud efforts, while GSA is preparing to launch a new marketplace.
Not many task orders are worth nearly $1 billion. But the Defense Department's Central Command just issued a big one to Peraton.
As part of the announcement, GSA provided the latest performance results for the pilot.
Three industry associations wrote to DoD and one wrote to GSA expressing concerns about governmentwide initiatives that will impact contractors. Also, details about the memorial service for Rob Coen.
What is the mission of the GSA's Office of Chief Financial Officer? How has the CFO transformed how this office operates? How can federal CFO's promote automation and transformation? Join host Michael Keegan & co-host Troy Edgar has they explore these questions and more with Gerard Badorrek, CFO at the U.S. General Services Administration.
Some federal employees spent hours in traffic going home. Others stayed at the office. And some were right in the thick of recovery efforts at ground zero and the Pentagon. Federal News Network spoke with several current and former employees about their experiences on Sept. 11. These are their stories.
FEMA, State and Air Force bring on new technology executives to key cyber and innovation roles.
The contract for coworking space builds on what GSA and Public Buildings Service officials have already described as a long-term rethinking of federal office space.
Budding IT professionals with software engineering, data science, design, cybersecurity and other critical skills are eligible to apply to the Digital Corps fellowship, a two-year, paid opportunity designed specifically for entry-level talent.
In today's Federal Newscast, the General Services Administration didn’t always take appropriate steps to limit exposure to COVID-19 in federal buildings, according to its inspector general.