Raylene Yung, executive director of the Technology Modernization Fund (TMF) program management office at the General Services Administration, is leaving her position. Friday is her last day on the job.
Tiffany Hixson, GSA’s assistant commissioner for the Office of Professional Services and Human Capital Categories in the Federal Acquisition Service, said after more than 1,900 questions about the OASIS+ program, she’s hopeful to start reviewing bids.
The planned addition of facial recognition to Login.gov comes as GSA attempts to boost the program’s “identity proofing” capabilities.
Software supply chain management has been a hot topic across agencies as many are starting to focus on software bills of materials (SBOMs).
GSA plans to centralize its application security program amid a broader push to ensure the government only relies on secure software.
A top Biden administration official who helped rethink federal buildings and office space for government employees, after pandemic-era work-from-home policies lapsed, is stepping down later this week.
A cross-agency team focused on how the federal government can improve public-facing services online is looking at text messages as the new frontier for better customer experience.
The Biden administration is facing bipartisan calls from Congress to make better use of federal office space, and get rid of buildings that agencies no longer need.
65% of the overall civilian workforce would keep working though a shutdown, but hundreds of thousands would receive no pay, according to agency shutdown plans.
Sonny Hashmi, the commissioner of the General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service, said the new organizational approach will be made up of five divisions and focused on agency customers.
In today's Federal Newscast: OMB Director Shalanda Young warns that a continuing resolution could discontinue hiring. CQ Brown gets the green light to replace Mark Milley. And the GSA IG says the water in some federal buildings could give you Legionnaires’ disease.
Vendors still have a Sept. 22 deadline to submit bids for the General Services Administration’s OASIS+ governmentwide professional services vehicle despite a protest before GAO.
DOJ and the General Services Administration’s inspector general says Verizon’s cyber protections fell short of requirements outlined in the Trusted Internet Connections initiative from October 2017 to August 2021.
The Labor Department has revived an old idea: Salaried private-sector employees who work overtime. Well, you can't just compensate them with pizza. A rule proposed last week would mandate overtime for people making up to $55,000 a year. The current ceiling is $35,000.