NASA wants government to stay on top of mobile policies
Secure mobile communication systems are critical to the agency's missions to put a crew on the moon by 2024 and assist with emergency management.
DOD’s global flight tracking system needs upgrades, Air Force says
On top of creating new software, a contractor would be required to maintain and upgrade existing functions and applications in the DAIP.
Army looking for prototype partners for IT-as-a-Service
IT-as-a-Service has been a model other branches of the military have chosen to help modernize and partner with the private industry to assist with IT needs.
GSA issues draft solicitation ahead of awards on new e-commerce portals
The agency wants potential e-commerce platform providers to weigh in on requirements for a five-year proof of concept.
Transparency is focus of first recommendations from panel on modernizing Congress
So far, the committee seems to be focusing on making the inner workings of Capitol Hill more obvious and accessible. IT is the backdrop for many of the recommendations, though.
Former Congress members throw support behind Office of Technology Assessment revival
"I think we've all been embarrassed by the way Congress fails to understand technology," former Congressman Vic Fazio said Wednesday.