VA finishes IT overhaul for GI Bill education benefits
The VA finished implementation of software updates in accordance with the Forever GI bill.
Medicare telehealth expansion gets bipartisan stamp of approval from lawmakers
A bipartisan, bicameral group is urging House and Senate leaders to use end-of-year legislation to permanently expand Medicare coverage of telehealth services.
Sen. Warner: Pentagon tech spending should be ‘reexamined’ post-COVID
Defense funding will likely be curtailed to address federal deficit increases, at a time when when investments in cybersecurity and 5G are needed to compete with China, the Virginia senator said.
HHS procures system for tracking CARES Act health care provider relief
The nearly $10 million contract was awarded under a class justification and approval, which avoids competition, citing the urgency of the pandemic.
Telework boom expanded an existing headache: keeping track of software licenses
More mobile devices, more updates to apps — agencies like the USDA and the Air Force are confronting how to keep track of what software is on what machine, and why.
SBA systems fended off foreign adversaries applying for coronavirus loans
Users in North Korea, China and Russia applied for CARES Act loans intended for U.S. small businesses, the agency's deputy CIO says.