U.S. finally submits fourth National Action Plan for Open Government
The plan is the first created under the Trump administration.
IRS wants to collect back taxes by mobile app
The IRS is looking to deploy new mobile solutions to assist with tax collections, and it’s reaching out to industry for its market research.
Innovation leaders weigh in on what government has borrowed from Silicon Valley
18F, HHS and DHS S&T on what practices and approaches their offices have adopted.
GSA strikes governmentwide virtual computing deal with Dell EMC
The agreement, negotiated under the FITARA Enhancement Program, provides agencies with virtualization technology under a single contract with tiered rates.
DHS needs your input on its departmentwide cloud migration
The agency is in the midst of a sweeping migration to a cloud infrastructure and would like industry’s insights on how to make the move.
USPTO selects contracting executive for CIO
Henry “Jamie” Holcombe will assume the CIO position at the Patent and Trademark Office.
U.S. International Trade Commission gets a new CIO
Keith B. Vaughn previously served as the agency's acting CIO.
Air Force tech accelerator introduces 2019 cohort
Ten new companies will spend the next three months building counter-drone technologies and learning about the Air Force's need for this kind of tech.
VA celebrates early success metrics from the VA.gov relaunch
The Digital Service team at the VA talks about what's coming next.
DOT is on the hunt for automation, blockchain and more
The agency is looking to fund a new slate of emerging technology applications as part of a small business innovation R&D program.