What will it take to get quantum computers? Hardware is just the beginning, experts tell Congress
Talent and international cooperation are part of the equation, academics tell the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
PMA’s plans to modernize IT, workforce rebuffed by House Democrats
The White House’s plan to transform the government’s IT infrastructure, workforce and data management is facing a familiar foe: entrenched partisanship.
Murphy plans to reconstruct GSA schedules as part of governmentwide reform
To facilitate her agency's role in shared services, the GSA administrator is looking to reshape the procurement schedules that agencies will buy from.
What will the CIO executive order do that FITARA hasn’t?
The White House hopes its newest executive order can get CIOs a bigger seat in agency leadership by giving them backing from the president.
Census Bureau, contractor race to update identity management system for 2020
With 2020 census deadlines looming, the Census Bureau will continue work with a single contractor to implement $9.5 million in upgrades to secure taxpayer information.