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The Defense Department will host an industry day for its Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud acquisition on March 7.
Despite years of top-down push, there's been minimal buy-in from agencies.
The Trump administration requested $1.2 billion in fiscal 2019 for a commercial health records contract, which the department is expected to award by March.
Contractors may be a cybersecurity liability, according to the study.
The agency made some swaps on the $15 billion sister to Alliant 2 Unrestricted since the pre-award notice.
Despite agency policies, many federal employees download unauthorized apps and connect personal devices to agency networks.
The president’s budget proposal is more about priorities than actual funding. So what does it tell us?
General Dynamics just became an even bigger player in the federal IT space with its purchase of CSRA.
Agencies can avoid vendor lock-in with hybrid open source software.
The vast majority of customers seem to be happy with NASA’s IT acquisition vehicle but the quest for better customer experience never ends.
The Defense Department makes another cloud move.
The bid protest could slow down the Pentagon’s cloud acquisition effort.
The Defense Department awarded a sole-source contract to Eagle Harbor Solutions, an Alaska-based small business with a single employee, to consult in its major cloud acquisition.
Agency officials are heading on a cross-country tour to demystify selling to the government.
The first step to overcoming cloud risks and challenges is understanding them.
The larger pool will increase competition and drive down costs, the agency said.
The department misspent even more than government investigators initially believed in attempting to modernize its health records system.
The modernization project went over budget and didn't yield any reusable software or equipment.
Yes, modernization is one.
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