The agency can tap a pool of 22 vendors for modernization initiatives.
As the agency utilizes new technology, insiders are thinking critically about issues around privacy and bias.
IT workers at the Defense Contract Management Agency are not being given the opportunity to accept or decline being moved to the Defense Information Services Agency, labor officials said.
The new Congress is cold on many of the Pentagon’s most elaborate projects and plans.
The department plans to pursue six projects to improve its cloud adoption, customer experience, data analytics and customer contact centers.
The Cloud Information Center will serve as a one-stop shop for agency looking to expand their use of the tech.
The agency is looking to buy a holistic financial management system to manage as much as $445 million in telecom spending a year.
The Government Accountability Office found the tech’s adoption at civilian agencies has been significantly higher than in the Defense Department.
Contracting officials made some small but significant changes to the latest draft solicitation for ITECS.
Here are three ways government agencies can facilitate and accelerate their move to hybrid cloud.
Bill Zielinski, head of the Information Technology Category, shares the trends he’s seeing in federal IT through thousands of ongoing acquisitions governmentwide.
The department is pushing components to buy more off governmentwide contracts—except when it comes to the cloud and agile development.
Accenture Federal Services secured a blanket purchase order agreement to help the department migrate to a cloud-based IT services model.
The two selected vendors will prototype cloud-based systems that isolate the department’s internal network from the public internet while still allowing employees to browse the web.
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