Scrapped: $24M Plan to Replace Refrigerators On Air Force One

Rep. Joe Courtney says the no-bid deal “didn’t pass the smell test.”

Microsoft Has Agreed to Buy GitHub for $7.5 billion

The acquisition of GitHub will likely strengthen Microsoft’s cloud services offerings.

How the NGA App Store Put Tech Acquisition in Top Gear

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency can bring innovative software tools to government in as little as a few months.

Pentagon’s MilCloud 2.0 Could Host Classified Data by 2019

The cloud offering is close to meeting stringent requirements to host secret and top secret classified data.

Senate Defense Bill Aims to Scrub Cyber Adversaries from U.S. Military Tech

The bill would require companies to disclose if they’d shared source code with foreign governments.

ZTE Kerfuffle Shows Cybersecurity Doesn’t Operate in a Vacuum

Lawmakers have decried the president’s efforts to reverse a ban on a Chinese telecom, citing security fears, but there’s a lot more at stake.

Trump Reportedly Asked the U.S. Postal Service to Charge Amazon Double

Following through on the demands could ultimately prove disastrous for USPS.

GSA to Host Another E-Commerce Portal Industry Day

The agency will solicit information from vendors interested in hosting the platform and another for selling on it.

Microsoft Scores Big Cloud Deal with Intel Community

The announcement could improve the company’s chances for the Defense Department’s JEDI competition.

Georgia’s National Guard Unit Wants Some Help Prepping for a Big Cyber Test

The Georgia Army National Guard has a cyber readiness inspection coming up and wants a contractor to spend the summer helping it get ready.

GSA Needs Vendor Volunteers to Test FedBizOpps API

Companies have until May 25 to volunteer to test the new API interface between FBO.gov and beta.SAM.gov.

The Army Will Help Uber Get Flying Taxis Off the Ground

The joint venture aims for quieter, more efficient propellers for stealth or urban flights.

Amazon, Facebook and Other Tech Giants Will Talk AI With White House

Executives from nearly 40 companies will discuss ramifications and regulations of artificial intelligence with White House officials.

Navy's R&D Wing is Building a Lean, Mean Innovation Machine

And the strategy relies more on understanding problems than finding solutions.

Don’t Panic, FedBizOpps Is Working. It Just Has a New IP.

Some users might need to update their security settings to continue using FedBizOpps services.

You May Have to Wait 2 Years to Get That Security Clearance

The metrics fail to capture the real-world impact of the backlog, which includes careers put on hold and the loss of top talent, says Raytheon's Jane Chappell.