The satellite's “premiere” instrument gets too hot at night and engineers are struggling to find out why.
The order puts presidential weight behind past legislation giving government CIOs more authority over hiring and budget.
She joins the podcast to talk about the whole-of-government IT modernization effort and what success will look like.
The Georgia Army National Guard has a cyber readiness inspection coming up and wants a contractor to spend the summer helping it get ready.
Companies have until May 25 to volunteer to test the new API interface between FBO.gov and beta.SAM.gov.
The 21st Century IDEA would require agencies to have a digital option for all paper-based forms and in-person interactions.
The new interagency group will coordinate artificial intelligence programs and research across government.
The public-private partnerships will test the use of drones in heretofore forbidden conditions, under the oversight of the Transportation Department and FAA.
The draft National Defense Authorization Act withdraws a requirement to “eliminate” the warfighters’ IT shop but would remove most of its central functions.
Some users might need to update their security settings to continue using FedBizOpps services.
Vicki Hildebrand said she can find funding within the department and doesn’t plan to tap the Technology Modernization Fund anytime soon.
The Transportation Security Administration needs low-key, automated screening tools and is asking non-traditional vendors for ideas.
The department shows a renewed energy and shift in strategic thinking even in the first phase of the program, Agriculture CIO Gary Washington said.
Defense Health Agency's David Cooper urged his fellow feds to embrace pirate principles—at least when it comes to mobile apps.
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