The Office of Personnel Management told agencies to strengthen their efforts to close skills gaps within high-risk, mission-critical occupations. (Login required)
The $3.1 billion revolving IT fund proposed by the White House would jump-start the projects most in need of funding and would not preclude other investments, federal CIO Tony Scott said.
Two key senators are getting impatient waiting for a new version of a key piece of government-wide IT policy that hasn't been updated in 15 years.
GSA has given vendors a heads-up on the next steps for its $50 billion EIS telecom contract and the Alliant RFPs.
The outgoing commander of the Air Force’s cyber force, Maj. Gen. Ed Wilson, offers some parting advice: "Think big, start small, scale fast."
Lawmakers in both chambers of Congress are teeing up legislation to discourage the use of lowest price technically acceptable in defense IT procurement.
Steve Kelman talks with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services CIO Mark Schwartz about the practical matters of past performance evaluations and continued discourse.
As innovative technologies such as cloud and big data accelerate, federal IT managers are looking to the private sector for help.
The Senate bill appropriating fiscal 2017 funds for the Energy Department does not renew a controversial provision that exempted the national labs from Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act rules.
Question: “I am a federal employee with a high-deductible health plan with a health savings account. I was put on orders for 40 days and dropped my federal coverage because I have Tricare now. My orders end next week end I go back to my civilian job. I know that this is a qualifying life event, but do I need to go back to my old plan or can I pick any one I want?” (Login required)