DHS preps launch of Cyber Talent Management System
The department requested $11.4 million in fiscal 2020 to fund the launch of a modernized personnel system.
Gen. Dunford to meet with Google on its AI work that ‘indirectly benefits’ China
Google working with China "indirectly benefits the Chinese military and creates a challenge for us in maintaining a competitive advantage," the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said.
What’s next for the IT-heavy President’s Management Agenda?
The President's Management Agenda is a year old — now it's time to scale the early success, those in charge said.
GSA to expand Centers of Excellence to 3 new agencies this year
The next will "probably" be announced as soon as April.
BlackBerry boosts U.S. government practice with new subsidiary
The company launched BlackBerry Government Solutions last week in downtown D.C., independently dedicated to serving agencies with FedRAMP-compliant cloud offerings.
GSA picks Ernst and Young to phase out the DUNS number
As GSA transitions to EY 's services, "the government will receive continued service from Dun & Bradstreet to maintain award reporting and data integrity."