White House Wants More Input Before Finalizing New Government Research Center Structure

Officials are pondering the next steps as they sift through initial feedback on the proposed GEAR Center.

Company That Pushed Hackers Out of DNC Now Protecting Government Systems

CrowdStrike is authorized to protect ‘moderate impact level’ cloud-based government systems.

Navy Opens Bids on Major IT Hardware Contract That Includes As-A-Service Options

Companion solicitation to manage all that IT is expected to drop in the next 30 days.

GSA Introducing Options to Help Automate Agency Contact Centers

A new special item number for Automated Contact Center Services is being added with the IT Schedule 70 refresh.

Congress Doesn’t Know Who’s in Charge of VA’s $10 Billion Health Records Overhaul

Lawmakers are trying to figure out what to do about the lack of accountability within the program’s leadership.

Lawmakers Have One More Shot To Raise Modernization Fund Ceiling

As the administration awaits word on additional funding, officials say they have about a dozen projects under consideration.

Federal Cloud Spending Trends Toward All-Time High

Cloud spending is sky-high across federal agencies and only expected to grow from here, according to a new analysis.

Senate Poised to Finally Digitize Error-Prone Campaign Finance Reporting

After 15 years of trying, the Senate may finally allow for candidates to electronically file campaign spending reports.

Oracle Files Second Supplemental Protest Against JEDI

The company continues to keep the legal pressure on the Defense Department.

NIH Seeks Advances in Motion Capture Tech

A National Institutes of Health lab needs a new motion capture system but first wants to know how new it should be.

DHS Awards $668M CDM Contract After Withdrawn Bid Protest

ManTech captures the fifth of six important and lucrative CDM contracts across government.

Report: Defense Secretary Considers Replacing Pentagon’s No. 3 Official

Secretary James Mattis isn’t happy with his chief management officer, according to a media report.

Report: Trump’s Latest Tariffs Will Stunt Cloud Market, Federal Adoption

A 25 percent tariff will lead to higher costs for agencies and might slow U.S. cloud adoption, analysts say.

Pentagon Pulls ‘Rapid Cloud Migration’ RFI

The Defense Information Systems Agency did not offer any explanation for the cancelation.

Pentagon Extends JEDI Proposal Deadline

In a new filing, the Defense Department pushed the deadline for industry to bid on its JEDI contract to Oct. 9.

Defense Department Seeks ‘Rapid Cloud Migration’ Ideas for MilCloud

MilCloud 2.0 is about to host a lot more data, and the Defense Department wants ideas for how to get it there faster.