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.

For the First Time in 20 Years, GSA Opens Bids for Business Numbering System

The longtime incumbent, Dun and Bradstreet, says it plans to bid on the new contract.

GSA Taps New Leader for Technology Transformation Services

GSA appoints one of its own to serve as the Technology Transformation Services' new leader.

Next Agency to Host GSA Centers of Excellence Will Be Announced by October, Departing TTS Director Says

Outgoing Technology Transformation Service Director Joanne Collins Smee shares the strengths of her organization, what’s next for Agriculture’s Centers of Excellence and when the effort will jump to a new agency.

Changes Coming to GSA’s Breach, Identity Protection Offerings

Interested parties have until the end of the month to chime in on changes to the Data Breach and Identity Protection Services special item number.

It Just Got Cheaper for Agencies to Run Training Programs

The General Service Administration and Office of Personnel Management lowered the access fees on the $11 billion training vehicle.

USDA Kicks Off Bidding for Second Round of IT Overhaul Contacts

The program will be a model for other agencies to surge outdated IT into the 21st century.

Federal Technology Transformation Lead Leaving Government

Joanne Collins Smee is departing public service after overseeing internal reorganizations and the launch of GSA’s Centers of Excellence.

How GSA is Helping Small Businesses Get Contracts Faster

A newly launched pilot program lets the agency’s contracting experts help push deals over the finish line.

Bill Would Force Agencies to Honor FedRAMP Authorizations

The FedRAMP Reform Act would codify the program, as well as the “authorize once, use many” mantra.

GSA's Property Database Contract Isn't Really Worth $8 Billion

A typo in the solicitation led people to believe the agency planned to spend $8.2 billion. The agency doesn't even want to spend $8.2 million.

GSA Official: Next-Gen Telecom Contract Is An Opportunity For Transformation

Agencies should think of the move to the Enterprise Infrastructure Services contract as more than a transition.

GSA Adds Login.gov to Sweeping Bug Bounty Program

Participants can win between $150 and $5,000 for each bug they find.

18F Names Acting Executive Director

The government’s innovation arm shuffles leadership roles as executive director exits.

GSA: Phase II Centers of Excellence Bids Will Begin in July

Officials from the General Services Administration and Agriculture Department met with industry about the next phase of IT modernization efforts.

GSA Seeks Industry Feedback to Better Harness Tech Spending Data

The government wants to get a better grip on the money it invests in IT and digital services.

Technology Modernization Fund Board Doesn't Want Boring Proposals

Agencies that want a shot at funding had better make their proposals interesting.