Rob Cook to leave GSA after TTS leadership shakeup
Cook won't take the role offered to him after he was told Monday he'd be replaced.
The Technology Transformation Service’s bug bounty is a civilian agency first
GSA is looking for outside hackers to test the Federalist web publishing service for any and all vulnerabilities.
Oversight Democrats like new FAS commissioner, but hate that he’s an appointee
Democrats don't necessarily have a problem with Alan Thomas, the new head of the Federal Acquisition Service. The problem, they say, is the sequence of events that put him in charge.
The DATA Act could help restore faith in U.S. government, officials say
Complying with the law can help agencies earn back Americans' trust, officials said at the 2017 DATA Act Summit.
GSA reorganizing tech service as part of Federal Acquisition Service
The General Services Administration will reorganize its Technology Transformation Service after only a year, putting the agile-focused TTS under the more traditional Federal Acquisition Service and appointing a new FAS head, FedScoop has learned.
GSA partners with HackerOne for first federal civilian bug bounty
The Defense Department and several military services have initiated bug bounties in the past two years, but GSA is the first to engage in the trend on the civilian side.