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Pooling IT resources might help OIGs, but talent shortfall complicates the job

by Carten Cordell • 5 months ago

A CIGIE report's recommendations on how inspectors general should pool their resources — including information technology — may still not be enough to overcome a shortfall in IT talent, experts say.

PSC forecast: IT advancements are coming in 2018, but leadership uncertainty remains

by Carten Cordell • 7 months ago

The CR, efficiency and workforce play major parts.

3 ways Congress can pass an IT modernization bill (and what’s most likely)

by Carten Cordell • 9 months ago

The congressional calendar might be the MGT Act's biggest adversary, but there are ways to get it done before the end of 2017.

Industry prepares for fiscal double-whammy in late September

by Carten Cordell • 9 months ago

The Professional Services Council hosted an event to help contractors navigate the possibility of an unprecedented one-party government shutdown. The federal debt ceiling is also getting tight.

GSA awards $50B EIS contract to 10 telecom companies

by Carten Cordell • 10 months ago

After almost two years in development, the General Services Administration has awarded its $50 billion telecommunications contract.

Industry fears inflexibility in new OMB software policy

by Billy Mitchell • 2 years ago

Software vendors say they need more clarity from acquisition and IT policymakers on how new guidance for more centralized software licensing​ could affect their flexibility to deliver products and services that fit agencies' specific needs.