The 4 federal shared services marketplaces are shaping up
The Department of Health and Human Services may soon be the latest QSMO, while the others have taken strides to build out their marketplaces.
Audit: USPTO’s mismanagement of active directory poses ‘significant’ cyber risk
Additionally, the agency failed to protect critical information technology assets found to be vulnerable two years ago, which could lead to intellectual property theft.
Report: Benefits agencies, lacking guidance, slow to abandon traditional identity verification
The 2017 Equifax data breach has officials second-guessing the old method, but no federal recommendations exist ensuring alternatives are adopted.
How Commerce’s measured approach to shared services actually helps adoption
Chairs and desks and laptops lend themselves well to shared acquisitions — ships and satellites a little less so.
Census Bureau touts ‘successful’ test of internet self-response, other 2020 innovations
"The big takeaway from the 2018 census test is that all of our systems deployed and integrated effectively," Albert E. Fontenot, Jr., associate director for decennial census programs said Monday.
In filling IT acquisition jobs, agency leaders want a new kind of hybrid
Agency leaders are also looking to upgrade the role of their acquisition officials for the 21st century.