The Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act made it through the defense authorization bill conference intact.
ITAPS and the Coalition for Government Procurement have offered suggestions to the Senate for testing out the use of online commercial marketplaces.
Here are some of the top takeaways from the Executive Leadership Conference, sponsored by ACT-IAC, which had some interesting discussions and news tidbits.
DHS says every major agency has implemented the dashboard under the continuous diagnostics and mitigation (CDM) program.
The Government Accountability Office plans to start assessing a fee for vendors filing complaints in March 2018.
The General Services Administration awarded 70 veteran-owned small businesses a spot on a governmentwide IT services contract.
The Homeland Security Department says agencies have 30 days to come up with a plan to remove Kaspersky Lab products from their networks.
The Federal Risk Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) estimates the cost to implement NIST SP 800-53 Revision 5 to be in the millions.
The market research firm Deltek found the small business sector has seen significant reductions over the last seven years.
John Zangardi, the acting DoD chief information officer, signed a memo outlining a new process for securing mission-critical mobile apps.
Oracle called the government’s efforts to modernize technology “out of sync” and filled with “false narratives.”
The U.S. Mint is searching for a new chief information officer, while the Senate confirmed NIST’s new director.
GSA’s Emerging Citizen Technology program office has more than 300 use cases from agencies interested in using blockchain technology.
David Garcia comes to OPM after spending two years as the state of Maryland CIO and is a political appointee.