Peter Ranks, the deputy chief information officer for information enterprise at the Defense Department, will work on the C2E cloud program run by the CIA.
The government's recent track record with huge IDIQ contracts has been spotty at best. Larry Allen says the problems are a sign of the times.
In today's Federal Newscast, the president has a new directive for all agencies: Cease and desist all training on critical race theory or white privilege.
Defense officials say they re-evaluated revised proposals from Amazon and Microsoft, but ultimately wound up re-affirming October's original award to Microsoft.
In today's Federal Newscast, two million appointments canceled during the initial wave of the coronavirus pandemic still need rescheduling at the Veterans Health Administration.
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit agreed entirely with a lower court that had previously rejected Oracle's JEDI challenge.
In today's Federal Newscast, federal employees are learning a little more about the paid parental leave program.
Army leaders say the services they're building now are "cloud agnostic," and can be moved to a DoD-wide enterprise cloud when and if one comes to pass.
This week on Off the Shelf, Federal News Network Executive Editor Jason Miller joins host Roger Waldron for a wide ranging interview where they discuss schedules modernization, the status of Section 889, and government operations during the time of Covid-19.
DoD's Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is in a hurry to move its software development to an enterprise cloud platform. The Air Force's Cloud One is the next-best option for now.
An independent assessment by the Defense Business Board found DoD's chief management officer is “nearly unanimously” viewed as ineffective — partly because the CMO was never set up for success.
Amazon's latest complaint claims DoD has refused to respond to questions about how to price the revised cloud proposals it's requesting from AWS and Microsoft.
In today's Federal Newscast, a supplies command center has been established by the Postal Service, to help its employees get masks, gloves, hand sanitizer and other coronavirus supplies.
A federal judge has granted the Defense Department’s request to revise and reconsider at least some parts of its controversial JEDI Cloud procurement.