Contracting work could require some creative thinking for agencies and contractors in the event facilities are affected by the spread of coronavirus.
The recently unsealed Court of Federal Claims ruling granting an injunction on JEDI hinged on the technical evaluation of some of the features in Microsoft's bid.
The tax agency's update on an acquisition pilot gave insight into lessons learned and discussed what's in store for future projects.
Two agencies made different calls on their significant conference events as the coronavirus outbreak evolves.
Plodding, late agency response to GSA's transition deadlines for its massive telecommunications contract, draws congressional ire.
The White House has diverted billions of Pentagon dollars for border wall funding at the cost of a new information systems facility at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.
The Government Accountability Office's new Science, Technology Assessment, and Analytics team is getting cloud help.
The lead Republican for the House's defense committee hopes appropriators will see the wisdom in making funds for buying technology and research more flexible.
A governmentwide federal contract vehicle joined large commercial suppliers in voicing concern over COVID-19's impact on IT supply chains.
The Social Security Administration has awarded a telecommunications task order to one three small business vendors on the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract.
To serve government buyers, a provider must balance between commercial efficiency and public accountability.
A recent filing also takes a hard look at the timing of Defense Secretary Mark Esper's recusal in the case.
The Office of Federal Procurement Policy got comments on plans to revise language on when federal procurements begin and end to help eliminate delays.
A new report lays out where FedRAMP has gone wrong – and what can be done to fix it.
The new Centers of Excellence at the Departments of Defense and Labor will not be the last, said the head of GSA's Technology Transformation Service.
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A Commission on Privacy and Data should be created to develop legislation, taking the EU's General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act as a starting point to extend protections to individuals regarding data and privacy.
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