Professional Services Council
PSC survey finds acquisition professionals are hopeful, despite tough climate
The survey said federal officials feel acquisition workforce skill is improving, despite continued headwinds in hiring and budget challenges.
February budget clashes could complicate IT modernization, trade group says
Congress still faces a pileup of budget questions converging on the calendar, including the anticipated unveiling of the fiscal 2019 budget, federal agency reorganization plans and ongoing fiscal 2018 budget negotiations.
Government may want emerging tech, but don’t expect it soon, executives say
While the desire to explore new solutions like blockchain and artificial intelligence is there, the instruments for agencies to properly do so haven’t been delivered yet.
Will Hurd: MGT Act will show who best federal CIOs are
"Not all 24 CFO Act agencies are going to be in a position to take advantage of MGT, period. And that's problematic," Hurd said.
3 ways Congress can pass an IT modernization bill (and what’s most likely)
The congressional calendar might be the MGT Act's biggest adversary, but there are ways to get it done before the end of 2017.
DOD’s David Berteau to head PSC
Veteran Department of Defense official David Berteau is leaving his Pentagon job at the end of this month to become CEO of the Professional Services Council, the trade organization which represents government IT and services contractors, the group announced Tuesday.