DOD inks $374M contract for new travel management system
The Department of Defense is building a new travel management system with Concur Technologies.
3 myths about moving to the cloud and how to think about them
U.S. State Department cloud director Brian Merrick and Splunk’s chief public sector strategy advisor Juliana Vida discuss how to address common misperceptions about cloud migrations.
50% transition to EIS target remains elusive for agencies
Twelve of the 24 Chief Financial Officers Act agencies have achieved the 50% mark though.
OPM pushes for IT modernization working capital fund
In response to a report from NAPA, OPM says it will 'prioritize IT modernization and seek funding from Congress.'
Automation holds the key to faster benefits delivery and reduced fraud
Government leaders are discovering automation is more than a technology tool, but an enterprise capability to improve citizen service delivery, lower costs, accelerate digital modernization and reduce the risk of fraud.
IT Insights: Interview with AWS’s U.S. government VP Dave Levy on innovation in the public sector
AWS Vice President for U.S. government, non-profit and healthcare, Dave Levy, talks about building a culture of innovation in the public sector.
IRS commissioner warns lawmakers about IT spending shortfall
In fiscal 2021 the agency had to request $600 million in interappropriation transfers to cover its IT spending shortfall.
Army’s 18th Airborne Corps hires former Exxon executive as CTO
Hiring a CTO has been a top priority of the corps' project to modernize the Army's operations.
Imposter email attacks: Overcoming ‘needle-in-a-haystack’ threats
Proofpoint fraud expert Rob Holmes looks at how threat actors are exploiting agency supply chains to launch imposter email attacks and compromise agency networks.
Federal zero-trust strategy needs more deadlines say tech officials
OMB's draft strategy includes only a broad implementation deadline of year-end fiscal 2024.