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The Obama administration has made progress in untangling a complicated nest of requirements that spans 18 agencies.
Agencies are saving millions through federal strategic sourcing initiatives, but they’re potentially leaving millions more on the table, according to an oversight report.
A growing number of cities find themselves in desperate need of upgrades to their drinking water and stormwater systems. And states affected by droughts are struggling to manage dwindling water resources. Many of these agencies are turning to advanced technology that can monitor data in real time to replace their aging, ineffective infrastructure.
GSA’s inspector general has issued a critical evaluation of 18F, the innovative development shop at GSA. It raises the question of whether the organization can survive the start-up phase and have a lasting impact on how IT systems are developed by the government.
Proposed White House guidelines for modernizing federal agencies’ IT – a critical step to enhance government cybersecurity – come as the Obama administration winds
CenturyLink is to acquire Level 3 Communications in a cash and stock deal that aims to consolidate the networks and customers of the two companies.
A draft policy sets out how agencies should prioritize IT modernization efforts.
Hot off the press! Onvia just published its quarterly state, local and education (SLED) procurement snapshot for Q3 2016. Special to this blog is an easy-to-share infographic that measures the quarterly growth rate of published bids & RFPs in Q3 2016 vs Q2 2016, and breaks it down by 12 distinct industry sectors.
Fiscal 2017 IT budget plans detail how the Agriculture Department aims to be a powerhouse in network and financial services.
Source: The IT ambitions of USDA — FCW