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At least one lawmaker wants to transition the scorecard to have a wider focus beyond FITARA but not everyone is ready to move on.
The Government Accountability Office dismissed a bid protest filed in February against a $7 million sole-source cloud support contract related to the Defense Department’s JEDI Acquisition.
The annual FISMA report shows where the Homeland Security Department—the government’s point agency on cyber issues—can improve its own information security.
The way OPM contracted for credit monitoring services has come under scrutiny.
Companies want Customs and Border Protection to do more, but officials say there’s only so much they can do.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency isn’t fixing its outstanding IT management issues and the acting inspector general says he plans to find out why.
The defense agency didn’t sufficiently explain why it picked a cheaper but riskier bid.
Auditors found a programming error prevented the IRS from sending out notices.
The panel, which is tied to reauthorizing the department, would pare back overlapping committee jurisdictions.
The government’s primary cybersecurity agency is missing congressional deadlines to identify and categorize its cyber workforce, a congressional watchdog said.
Smart building technologies might pay for themselves in cost savings but the government’s landlord hasn’t been able to make the case.
The modernization project went over budget and didn't yield any reusable software or equipment.
The hackable technology and outdated screening methods used in the clearance process merit its return to the government’s list of most vulnerable programs.
The oversight office extended the deadline for industry to give advice on its coming modernization contract.
The Federal Acquisition Service has doled out $9 million to agencies supporting the EIS rollout without receiving the required interagency agreements.
A lot of IT purchases slipped by acquisition offices too, the Government Accountability Office found.
Auditors said more than 60 percent of transactions had errors, but Homeland Security officials disagree.
The breach also affected non-DHS employees who communicated with the department’s inspector general.
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