DRC twin tasks help IRS validate credit card systems

Aim of awards is to protect taxpayer data and maintain secure credit card operations.

GSA takes closer look at IT portfolio

Following the release of the Digital Government Strategy, GSA CIO Casey Coleman says her agency will looks to review its IT portfolio as part of the federal IT reform.

Concur Technologies wins $1.4B GSA next-gen fed travel contract

The contract combines purchasing power and analytics to improve travel management.

Sevatec aids State Department's information dissemination

Contracted services include program management, software application development, operations and maintenance.

Will federal IT budgets ever see growth periods again?

Panel of experts predicts rough 18 months ahead interspersed with a few calm moments.

IntelliDyne unveils new solutions, new employees

The goal of the rebranding effort is to offer new strategic IT solutions that align with government CIOs' wish lists.

Federal CIO details IT forecast

Most IT investments will go toward modernization efforts and cybersecurity, according to Steven VanRoekel.

2013 budget proposal puts IT on short leash

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.

Guident wins GSA award for database, data warehouse support

Among other things, the award will strengthen the Business Objects platform for the Federal Acquisition Service's Office of the Chief Information Officer.

Unisys, ERT put NOAA employees in the cloud

The $11.5 million project gives 25,000 NOAA employees e-mail access through Google Apps for Government.

White House to launch online resource for small businesses

Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel reveals more details about the upcoming website BusinessUSA.gov that aims to act as a resource for small business owners.

Federal spending data not yet machine readable

The federal government would make a breakthrough in transparency if it structured its spending and budget data to be machine-readable, according to a Cato Institute report.

Adobe retools with focus on functions

With end users driving the future of computing, Adobe knew it had to change to succeed in the federal market.

What PayPal and Regretsy can teach federal social media managers

PayPal's fiasco in trying to block charitable donations can provide some pointers for you.

URS' purchase of Apptis proving to be a winner

The URS acquisition of Apptis Holdings six months ago has allowed URS Federal Services to address a $40 billion IT market that it previously was not able to access.

ICF will again provide IT aid to HHS Childrens' Bureau

ICF International will continue providing clearinghouse and other IT services to the Health and Human Services Department having successfully won a five-year recompete contract that is valued at $44.6 million.

GSA social media timeline sputtering to a halt?

The General Services Administration's crowdsourced Web graphic showing federal social media activity is languishing.

Federal grant data riddled with inconsistencies, report says

The Sunlight Foundation found tons of unreliable federal grant data when they compared USASpending.gov figures with other reporting databases.

URS unveils cloud portal for GSA schedule purchasing

URS-Apptis, the IT business arm of URS Corp., has received federal approval to operate its FedCloud.com as an infrastructure-as-a-service portal so government agencies can use it to make purchases on the GSA Schedules.

National Sept. 11 museum launches mobile app

The National Sept. 11 Memorial and Museum is offering a free iPhone application.