Months after they were required to make their financial data public, their reports are rife with errors.
Obama-era federal IT reforms are starting to have an effect, but there’s a long way to go, analysts say.
The New Democrats Coalition pushes the government to adopt shared technology certifications and a national breach notification standard.
The second part of the National Security Agency’s Groundbreaker IT is on hold.
Incumbent contractors that lose a bid protest may end up footing the bill for the government’s costs.
Agencies can still make moves to improve their December grades if they take these steps.
Thinking differently, especially about how to pick procurement professionals, could lead to greater innovation.
It’s not clear yet which agencies were affected.
Will the government’s technology challenges galvanize decision-makers as the Cold War once did?
The acquisition service will have some familiar faces and expects more permanent regional leaders soon.