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The first center of excellence will be a partnership between the Agriculture Department, White House, General Services Administration and industry.
The far-reaching plan pushes agencies to adopt cloud and shared services.
The Defense Department intends to award a cloud computing contract next year that could disrupt the entire federal market.
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.
The agency's central platform will let employees dabble in data sets and analytics tools.
In Oregon, the Washington County Sheriff’s Department can review 300,000 mugshots in seconds and is helping other agencies to query their databases as well.
IT teams often have the tools to find network vulnerabilities. What they don't have is the manpower to fix them all.
First, avoid vendor lock-in, the industry group said.
The practice is troubling for people who’d prefer they weren’t tracked.
Office of Personnel Management announced a hiring authority would let agencies fill positions for up to a year.
The company is able to host government data in the cloud at unclassified, sensitive, secret and top secret classification levels.
Congress moved along IT modernization and defense authorization bills but still faces funding the government.
Congress passes the Modernizing Government Technology Act as part of the defense authorization bill.
The government doesn’t always do a good job explaining what it wants.
Telework rewards outweigh risks, according to public-sector employees surveyed.
But not all the federal IT amendments made it through.
Dell EMC, General Dynamics and Microsoft teamed to win a big Air Force contract.
The White House wants to know what's missing and will keep commenting open until Sept. 20.
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