The U.S. military is employing a mixture of procurement contracts and innovative practices to speed up the acquisition of defensive and offensive cyber technology.
After receiving one thousand comments on the first one, the Defense Department decided to use the same strategy for its second RFP.
Michael Beckerman, the president and CEO of the Internet Association, makes the case for why agencies should adopt commercial cloud services.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Justice Department settles a lawsuit that alleges Armstrong violated sponsorship agreements his cycling team had with USPS.
Several agencies have developed promising test cases for artificial intelligence, machine learning and automation tools but the FBI said the government has hardly scratched the surface when it comes to leveraging these tools.
Veterans have higher expectations of more convenience, new technology and a better experience with their health care, the Veterans Affairs Department said.
NASA Chief Human Capital Officer Bob Gibbs said employee engagement starts with a plan, but really needs to happen organically across the agency.
FTC Commissioner Terell McSweeny joined Gigi Schumm on Women of Washington to discuss her passion of helping to protect consumer privacy in the digital era.
The Army’s new framework for a rapid process to acquire cyber defensive tools is a good example of how DoD acquisition systems are about providing the warfighters as much capability as possible.
Chris Howard, the vice president of federal sales for Nutanix, explains why a multi-cloud environment for the military makes more sense.