The federal CIO sets an agenda focused on innovation, efficiency and better services to the citizen.
Microsoft Office is the government's dominant productivity suite, but the Veterans Affairs department would like to find a less expensive alternative.
Four-star Navy SEAL admiral, former Senate majority leader and noted innovation consultant head the list of acceptances.
In a rare blog announcement, a Commerce official touted the cost-savings potential from a recent Intelligent Decisions Inc. contract.
Lightwire acquisition will allow Cisco to deliver cost-effective, high-speed networks with the next generation of optical connectivity.
At CACI International Cal Shantani was responsible for business dealings up to the $150 million range.
Michael DuBose will oversee Kroll’s growing cyber investigations practice and provide investigative services for digital forensics, data breach response and complex cyber crimes.
Purchase extends Big Blue’s Smarter Commerce initiative by adding cloud-based software offering.
NCI and partner Raytheon will upgrade the Air Force’s Distributed Common Ground System’s analysis and reporting capabilities.
The Forest Service has issued a request for information because it anticipates having to install thousands of satellite emergency notification devices.
David Langstaff returns as a CEO to a different market than a decade ago, but he still sees plenty to get excited about.
From low cost to more risk, government contractors must prepare for the new realities of government contracting. The first of a four-part series.
Marketing maven Mark Amtower shares expert tips for making your small business stand out in the crowd.
The development services will support the DOJ’s Management Systems staff and other units within the Antitrust Division.
Obama's 2013 budget proposal aims to slash federal IT in some areas but expand its use when it can streamline government operations. The budget also includes an overall 8-percent reduction in Small Business Administration technical assistance programs.