Two students dish about their COVID summer experiences.
The Office of Management and Budget updated its Circular A-11 guidance for agencies this month, including an expanded definition of customer experience itself.
It would also enable the Technology Modernization Fund to be used to facilitate telework.
The Centers of Excellence program started out working with agencies one at a time. But in less than three years, the program has sped up, staffed up and spread out across government.
The Defense Department says it wants to further discuss Microsoft’s and Amazon Web Services’ pricing.
Amid criticism, officials said 100 megahertz of federal midband spectrum will be transferred to commercial users at an unprecedented pace.
The latest FITARA scorecard showed what percentage of operations have moved off old infrastructure contracts—and the numbers aren’t good.
Rep. Xochitl Small Torres on Wednesday introduced the Southwest Border Security Technology Improvement Act in the House, a bipartisan bill that’s already moving through the Senate.
The social media giant must more aggressively enforce rules that it already has in place, they said.
The accounting shared services program—used by a range of federal agencies and programs—needs to ensure its systems are secure.
A new report from Reps. Will Hurd, R-Texas, and Robin Kelly, D-Ill., calls for increased funding and stronger federal leadership on artificial intelligence development.
Is COVID-19 a Threat or Opportunity for Electronic Government Records Capture, Access and Preservation?
The tsunami of data and the hard pivot to remote work and home school has stretched government information management capabilities to their limits.
The binding operational directive would create a legal path for ethical hackers to report website vulnerabilities to government agencies.
Agency officials already completed the first phase of modernizing the nation’s second-largest revenue collection system but needed an infusion of cash to keep the momentum going.
Democratic Senators Join Industry Groups in Calls to Extend CARES Act Funding Authority for Contractors
Industry groups are asking for an extension for the authority to reimburse defense contractors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Driven heavily by the Defense Department, contract spending across government will exceed $600 billion in fiscal 2020.
The president's directive also targets improvements to rural health care.
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