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The new site is designed to match private sector quality, a senior administration official says.
The IT modernization report also urges moving cybersecurity closer to federal employees.
The first center of excellence will be a partnership between the Agriculture Department, White House, General Services Administration and industry.
A portal could make grantees’ lives easier, but also offer the federal government a better way to evaluate risks.
Federal IT managers are basically software-as-a-service providers and should be prepared to act that way.
The far-reaching plan pushes agencies to adopt cloud and shared services.
The department’s aiming for as seamless a solution for medical records as technologically possible, VA Secretary David Shulkin said.
The Defense Department intends to award a cloud computing contract next year that could disrupt the entire federal market.
The contract may feature 61 businesses but a research firm says far fewer companies will snag most of the business.
The Modernizing Government Technology Act—and several other tech amendments—could have an immediate impact on the government’s tech landscape.
The department gave the bulk of the billion to 15 contractors—one of which is getting a sole-source $10 billion contract to try again.
Congress expressed its support for VA's electronic health records contract with Cerner, but promised to keep a close watch on its implementation.
The small business portion of the contract vehicle is valued at a maximum $15 billion.
The agency's central platform will let employees dabble in data sets and analytics tools.
Random acts of digital aren't enough for a transformation.
The agency doesn't have a backup system in place if another outage happens, the watchdog said.
The lack of CIO involvement in major projects could allow them to slide off the rails, GAO says.
Voice recognition isn't perfect.
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