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The former attorney discusses consolidating the multiple award schedule.
Legislation for remote voting is gaining traction amid a global pandemic.
Deterrence, speed and a collective approach to defense are the core concepts of the new strategy.
The officials report successful transition of MTFs to DHA and MHS GENESIS EHR deployments to House members.
The report, to be issued March 11, will outline a national and allied effort to defend in cyberspace.
Key topics include election security, workforce and building public trust.
The Congressional AI Caucus stands out as an example of bipartisanship and leveraging interest to promote knowledge.
Data and legislation can improve veteran access to health care services.
Congressional leader advocates for early education in technology for government's future IT workforce.
The congressman chairs the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Military Construction, VA and Related Agencies.
Lawmakers discuss opportunities for the federal government to compete with industry for top talent.
New legislation and appropriations will streamline the acquisition process and give agencies needed funds for data center consolidation.
DuPree discusses maturity in the DevOps entry point.
New GAO report outlines agency best practices to hasten acquisition reform.
Representative Will Hurd continues to advocate for federal IT reform, including for AI, cybersecurity and telecommunications, in 116th Congress.
Industry members weigh in on the changing perceptions of federal employment, the incoming workforce and how agencies can bounce back.
The bipartisan bill passed the House in November 2018, and its sponsors hope to get it passed in 2019.
The Federal CIO Authorization Act of 2018 creates a more direct IT reporting structure for CIO and CISO.
The FBI and others battle with keeping both the nation, and privacy citizen data, safe.