Federal spending on software totals more than $6 billion a year and is an area ripe for savings. Here are some tips to get software spending under control.
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The Office of Personnel Management wants to make it easier for users of its flagship website USAJobs.gov to find career information, search for developmental opportunities across government and use their online profiles as dynamic, digital resumes.
Conversations around cloud computing have shifted from being purely cost-driven to now focusing on how the cloud and managed services help enable agencies’ missions.
There are many contract vehicles that are at the ready to be used; however, while navigating those choices can be unnerving, it doesn’t have to be done alone.
FedRAMP is enabling agencies across federal, state and local levels, to safely access a wide range of cloud-based technologies for digital transformation.
As the end of the year approaches, I’m full of pride looking back on the accomplishments of the Office of Information Technology Category (ITC) in 2017.
There’s an overwhelming demand for governmentwide programs, knowledge networks and joint pilot opportunities to explore emerging tech such as blockchain.
Just a few years ago you’d be hard pressed to find a tech startup with a GSA contract. But that’s a thing of the past, thanks in part to GSA’s innovative IT Schedule 70 Startup Springboard, which offers new and smaller IT businesses an easier and faster way to get a Multiple Award Schedule (MAS)… Read more »
One perk of the MGT Act that’s often touted is the $500 million fund it would create, but some IT leaders say the real value will come from newly created working capital funds at each agency.
If you’re in government work, you’ve probably seen your fair share of articles about blockchain. But who’s using it, and how?