Lawmakers want DOD to justify single-award move to commercial cloud
Congress is asking why there should be a "single award contract rather than creating an infrastructure capable of storing and sharing data across multiple cloud computing service providers concurrently."
This OpenGov Foundation tool aims to make calling Congress great again
Article One uses existing technologies to help congressional offices deal with a deluge of voicemails.
Congress needs to revive in-house tech office, think tank says
Since the Office of Technology Assessment was cut in 1995, policymakers have struggled to understand and create laws around new technology, a think tank argues.
MGT Act passes Senate as amendment to NDAA
The Modernizing Government Technology Act passed the Senate Monday as an amendment to the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act.
Gov Actually Episode 14: Everything you need to know about CBO
Launched in 1975, the CBO serves as an independent office analyzing and "scoring" budgetary and economic issues for congressional legislation.
Bill would require Pentagon to tell Congress about active ‘special cyber operations’
U.S. defense officials already notify lawmakers about such operations, but do so at their own discretion as there is no specific law currently in place to guide these private discussions.