OMB should lead category management efforts to improve contract data, GAO says
In a new report, GAO found OMB's category management initiative focused too much on how to buy things at the expense of helping agencies determine what goods and services they actually need.
NASA embracing automation in move to zero-trust security architecture
The move to enterprisewide telework has the agency embracing commercial support for its threat analysts.
NSF finds networking a major barrier to further advances in quantum computing
The agency funded three Quantum Leap Challenge Institutes, in part, to find a solution in the next five years.
DOD should better define its place in space industry, report says, with information systems in mind
High-ranking Air Force and Space Force military and civilian officials are calling for more experimentation, funding and general engagement between the government and the nascent space industry.
Energy Department reveals blueprint for nationwide quantum internet
The 17 National Laboratories will form the basis of a system for secure communication using quantum mechanics, expected within a decade.
HHS procures system for tracking CARES Act health care provider relief
The nearly $10 million contract was awarded under a class justification and approval, which avoids competition, citing the urgency of the pandemic.