Profession Services Council (PSC)
Contractors want extended deadline to rid Chinese tech from networks
Contractors are worried complying with an upcoming deadline to rid their networks of blacklisted Chinese tech could be the final nail in the coffin during this economic downturn.
OMB’s new data center plan draws concerns
Rep. Gerry Connolly and others are calling for the White House to not ease off the pedal when it comes to data center consolidation.
Could a continuing resolution save the Tech Modernization Fund in 2019?
Continuing resolutions, the weapon of choice for financing the government for the past dozen years, could be a way for the TMF to sidestep appropriators.
Tech industry group clamors for transparency on JEDI reports to Congress
ITAPS is seeking more insight into how the Department of Defense is planning to pick its $10-billion cloud contract and it wants Congress' help.
PSC forecast: IT advancements are coming in 2018, but leadership uncertainty remains
The CR, efficiency and workforce play major parts.
Industry prepares for fiscal double-whammy in late September
The Professional Services Council hosted an event to help contractors navigate the possibility of an unprecedented one-party government shutdown. The federal debt ceiling is also getting tight.