The National Nuclear Security Administration is looking for a woman-owned small business to prevent cyberattacks targeting nuclear materials, whether in a facility or in transit.
Move over IT, you’re not the only complicated procurement anymore.
Health Net of California—a provider under the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program—is refusing to comply with a contractually obligated inspector general audit.
The contract includes procurement and management of communications infrastructure technologies but does not extend to legacy systems.
The Code.mil open source initiative got a makeover and a new website: Code.mil.
The agency made some swaps on the $15 billion sister to Alliant 2 Unrestricted since the pre-award notice.
The president’s budget proposal is more about priorities than actual funding. So what does it tell us?
The president’s 2019 budget proposal includes $45.8 billion for IT infrastructure and services, with $210 million for the Technology Modernization Fund.
The vast majority of customers seem to be happy with NASA’s IT acquisition vehicle but the quest for better customer experience never ends.
The government’s primary cybersecurity agency is missing congressional deadlines to identify and categorize its cyber workforce, a congressional watchdog said.
Two members of the House Oversight committee are working on a follow-up to the GREAT Act that would extend the same data reporting requirements to government contractors.
The research agency lowered the minimum order value ahead of the proposal deadline.
Smart building technologies might pay for themselves in cost savings but the government’s landlord hasn’t been able to make the case.
For some agencies, citizens are not their customers.
The secretary of state’s name is being used in an email scam, the FTC warns.
Despite the proposal’s claim of national security concerns, experts—including the administration’s picks on the FCC—came out aggressively against the idea.
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