State Department to launch IT Acquisitions Office
The new office will establish service contracts agencies can buy technology and services off of and be staffed by 40 to 50 federal employees across four divisions.
New free software offerings from NASA include VR for training and more
The catalog is part of NASA's technology transfer efforts. Many of the packages are available for use by the public.
VA ‘confident’ it will launch new EHR by March 28 — barring this one thing
There's one hypothetical situation, officials told lawmakers, that could keep the VA from going live with the EHR in late March.
Winter Casey, Lynne Parker named deputy US CTOs
Casey and Parker previously focused on the portfolios of international affairs and artificial intelligence, respectively.
Air Force, AT&T building ‘smart base of the future’ out of devastated Florida installation
Tyndall Air Force Base, which suffered extreme structural damage from Hurricane Michael's Category 5 winds in October 2018, will get 5G service sometime in early 2020.
Trailblazers in government share lessons learned
Government missions are complex, but leaders within our agencies are driving technology changes that help the organization advance in their mission.