Having consolidated their IT, the states of Georgia and Virginia are updating how services are outsourced and are moving away from larger, longer contracts to smaller more agile pacts.
BidPrime has accused SmartProcure of scraping thousands of bid listings from its database. SmartProcure doesn’t deny doing it, but contends it didn’t keep the data and did nothing wrong — and that BidPrime is trying to
Can cities pull themselves out of a purchasing cycle that only benefits vendors?
‘In Puerto Rico, it’s been four months and we still have 30% of our population without energy.’
By Jan. 1, 2018, government contractors who work for the Department of Defense (DoD) or the intelligence community are mandated to comply with a NIST special publication 800-171. In addition, these security guidelines from NIST provide a meaningful road map for other government organizations and contractors regarding cybersecurity protections. Here’s an exclusive expert interview that offers details to help.
State CIOs are making security and cloud services their top priorities for the upcoming year.
A look through third-quarter market data.
Where can public-sector organizations go to find best practices regarding people, process and technology? How can governments successfully partner with the private sector in repeatable ways? Some of the best answers come from the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO).
State CIOs gather in Texas to share ideas and create new relationships.
In a joint publication from leading government IT and procurement associations, communications and teamwork are listed as key to transforming IT procurement in the public sector.