Those of us who care deeply about how effectively and efficiently the federal government operates believe improving IT management is foundational, and we see FITARA as the potential catalyst for driving that improvement, writes Richard Spires.
Add two key federal contracting lawsuits to the long list of issues that could be complicated by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.
Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) welcomed the administration's cybersecurity budget and IT modernization efforts, but said it is up to agencies to make the most of them.
Steve Kelman gets Deidre Lee's take on the challenges agencies face.
The president put the federal government's portfolio of aging IT systems front and center in his final budget request to Congress.
A proposed rule would require firms undertaking government-reimbursed independent R&D efforts to tell defense officials before doing so, and to share the results of those investments afterward.
Are you ready to retire? That’s an easy question to answer. The real question is: Will you be able to afford your medications, health care expenses and mortgage during retirement?
The White House's proposed $3.1 billion fund to modernize federal IT would reside with GSA, but the agency's Schedule 70 director said the fund won't hurt the government's go-to source for IT acquisition.
A Senate bill would require the Office of Management and Budget to ensure that every executive agency develops a comprehensive software licensing policy.
The plan, among other things, calls for advanced cyber capabilities, a clear structure for cyber leadership and ready access to data.