Since the last edition of the FITARA scorecard, DHS and NASA have remarkably risen from the bottom according to the public release on Wednesday.
A request for proposal (RFP) asks potential suppliers to submit business proposals for procuring products and services to the organization seeking them.
Government employees who perform acquisition functions will benefit from training sessions that outline how to buy for the government.
How do agencies thoughtfully and securely approach modernization without disrupting critical business? Understanding what you have is the first step.
FITARA is misnamed, but that’s not to suggest the law has failed to transform the way federal agencies go about investing in technology.
To date, there has been minimal focus and attention on addressing the largest culprit of poor acquisition outcomes: inadequate requirements definition.
Big government IT is broken and (slowly) dying. Too many projects cost too much and don’t actually deliver for the American people. In the face of greater budgetary pressure and higher citizen expectations, government buyers, program staff, and IT managers must change their approach.
Several employees across different levels of government suggested one of those primary departments that proves to be a roadblock is IT.
Brig. Gen. Greg Touhill said that his concerns stems from grouping the Defense Department’s (DoD) cybersecurity assets in one place.
The Air Force’s investment in DevOps means delivering critical IT functionality to airmen within hours and days instead of years.