Government Accountability Office (GAO)
F-35 software system still struggling to meet expectations
GAO says in a new report that the software central nervous system of the F-35 continues to hold the fighter jet back from achieving its advertised edge as a modern, intelligent system capable of making data-driven decisions.
General Dynamics IT protests Navy’s $7.7B NGEN-R contract
GDIT is an incumbent for at least part of the work that will fall under the $7.7 billion network services portion of the Navy's Next Generation Enterprise Networks Recompete.
Facilities remain vulnerable to cyberattacks even without OMB’s ‘data center’ label
The Office of Management and Budget narrowed its definition to focus closure efforts but ended important oversight in the process, according to the Government Accountability Office.
3 GSA-level protests remain to commercial e-marketplace solicitation
The agency hopes to resolve them by the end of March and award pilots.
Agencies late on EIS should ‘feel the heat,’ lawmakers say
Citing a lack of accountability, several members of the House government operations subcommittee want to see agencies establish formal governance structures for the telecom transition.
GAO calls on GSA’s Centers of Excellence to help build Innovation Lab
The GSA program will help GAO with the backend IT development process for its new lab, including obtaining an ATO for cloud services.