Why an outcomes-based approach offers a smarter path to network modernization
Timing is running out for agencies to transition their IT and telecom services. Defining the art of the possible, rather than replacing gear, offers a faster way to modernize.
Army delays update to its largest HR system
The Army's larges HR IT platform's latest release is being pushed back to September 2022, Army leaders said.
VA launching yearlong independent cost estimate of EHR modernization
The VA has contracted the Institute for Defense Analysis to analyze and provide a total lifecycle cost of the EHR modernization program.
How finance regulatory agencies can help the sector mitigate security risks
Resident CISO John Checco discusses critical questions around security, workforce and compliance most pressing for the financial services (FinServ) sector today.
EIS vendors ‘concerned’ some agencies won’t make 2022 deadline
GSA's Allen Hill told FedScoop vendors are "rightfully concerned" that some agencies might not fully transition their services off of expiring contracts to EIS by Sept. 30, 2022.
Navy falls short of goal for Microsoft Office 365 migration
The Navy onboarded only 334,000 of the 472,000 personnel it had hoped to by Oct. 1 to its new Flank Speed platform.
TMF Board taking ‘balanced approach’ to award repayment, mum on agreement terms
Sonny Hashmi highlights the need to create business value for citizens while also ensuring the fund stays solvent.
CIOs should think in terms of services, not just IT, Clare Martorana says
Martorana wants CIOs to focus on outcomes, not just the IT.
Technology Modernization Fund support awarded to 7 new agency IT projects
GSA, OPM and the Department of Education are among the recipients of a $311M distribution from the central fund.
How the pandemic created opportunities for IT modernization at scale
COVID-19 did more than force changes in the way governments deliver IT services — it spawned an entirely new way of thinking about modernization and security.