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Agencies look to digital personal assistants to lay foundation for self-service
A pilot program is taking shape that seeks to help agencies integrate their public information into digital personal assistants like Amazon's Alexa in hopes of laying a foundation for self-service access by people at home, in their cars and more.
Federal telework has ‘some barriers’ to success, GAO says
The Government Accountability Office recently made recommendations to four federal agencies that it said would improve telework agreements and data reporting among the federal government's growing number of remote workers.
CA to pay $45M to settle allegations brought by whistleblower
The New York-based software company "did not fully and accurately disclose its discounting practices," according to the Department of Justice.
State Department to use agile agreement for new talent-matching application
The State Department is looking to quickly develop an application that will help it better match Foreign Service employees with work assignments.
CDM — a pilot for a central IT modernization fund?
The Department of Homeland Security’s governmentwide Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation cybersecurity task orders can serve as pilots to show the effects a centralized IT fund could have on bolstering agencies’ modernization efforts, officials working on the program said.
GSA’s $50B Alliant 2 ready to go after protests denied
Four companies protested the contract for a variety of reasons that the GAO found invalid and denied.