Federal CIO Suzette Kent said four agency proposals are among the first set of finalists to get some of the $100 million Technology Modernization Fund.
Seth Harris, a former deputy secretary at the Labor Department, said it’s most important for political appointees to address the aftermath of moving executives to new roles.
A new report from the U.S. China Commission details why agencies, contractors aren’t doing enough to protect their networks, systems from foreign suppliers.
Three different events show how lawmakers and vendors are getting more involved in the ongoing contest around JEDI.
The General Services Administration’s System for Award Management still is recovering from a second fraud incident in the last three years.
The Office of Management and Budget is seeking comments on a draft policy that promotes shared services for identity credentialing and access management.
A recent hearing of the House Homeland Security and Oversight and Government Reform committees highlighted the importance of leadership to make progress with CDM.
The CIO Council’s event highlighted the role of women and the impact they are making in the federal IT, cybersecurity.
Concerns about the technology supply chain are growing are gaining more attention from legislative and regulatory perspectives.
GSA began alerting vendors on March 22 after it found a third-party changed the financial information of “a limited number” of contractors registered on the SAM.gov portal.
The Alliance for Digital Innovation is expected to launch this week with a goal of promoting adoption of commercial technologies in the federal sector.
The fiscal 2018 omnibus spending bill signed into law on Friday provides additional money through two other governmentwide funds.
Lawmakers on the House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on IT are concerned that the IT modernization effort is losing momentum.
Robert Lightfoot, acting administrator for the last 14 months, will retire on April 30.