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By leveraging APIs, Defense stands to realize substantial increases in productivity and reductions in costs.
Amazon narrows the 238 proposals it received to build its next headquarters to 20 finalists.
During an eight-week pause, the department will assess the program's successes and failures so far.
America’s emergency notification systems were first built for war, and then rebuilt for peace. A false alarm in Hawaii shows that they didn’t anticipate how media works in the smartphone era.
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The Federal Acquisition Service has doled out $9 million to agencies supporting the EIS rollout without receiving the required interagency agreements.
Sen. Ben Sasse wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions to testify on the issue.
CSRA moves up the launch date for milCloud 2.0, the on-premise cloud computing solution it’s building for the Defense Department.
Even after convincing pitches, agencies need to choose the right technology based on their overall business goals.
The man behind some of the government's most important tech efforts in recent decades announced his retirement.
The group shaping the department's cloud strategy gets a new chair and new faces.
The department hasn't made a final decision on how many contracts it will award, a Pentagon spokesman said.
A pair of companies is challenging General Services Administration’s Alliant 2 contract vehicle in court.
It’s not the first time a Customs and Border Protection system caused headaches for holiday travelers.
Efforts to updates systems will also transform how employees will work.
Developing strong enterprise architecture policy might seem dry but is key to ensuring IT works for agencies’ missions, auditors said.
The bipartisan Connected Government Act is waiting for the president’s signature.
It's the next step in the White House's plan to update government tech.
Even the North Pole modernized this year.
A recompete could become a more public affair.
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