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The Big Fix: Is Washington Ready for IT Reform?

From creating digital fix-it squads to promoting unorthodox methods of buying technology, the five in-depth stories in the ebook explore how the government and Congress are tackling IT reform and the forecast for success.

GSA Considers New Cloud Contract Vehicle

The administration issued a request for information about new contracting and acquisition models for cloud services. Responses are due in March.

President and CEO of Garda World Stephan Cretier, a defendant in the lawsuit, speaks at a news conference in June 2011.

Former Employee of Government Contractor Alleges Sexual Harassment and Retaliation

Complaint against global security firm depicts Mad Men culture at ‘guys with guns’ company.

Say Goodbye to the Classic White Boxy U.S. Postal Truck

The postal service wants to change over its fleet by 2018.

For the Federal IT Budget, Things May Finally Be Looking Up

Overall, the total federal IT budget proposed by the president would tick up to $86 billion, a 2.7 percent increase above the current year’s levels.

Veterans Health Care and IT Acquisition Added to GAO's High-Risk List

Defense contracting and FDA oversight of medical products come closer to getting off the list.

CIA is Bringing Amazon’s Marketplace to the Intelligence Community

In the coming months, Amazon Web Services will launch an IC-only cloud marketplace that aims to shake up the way spy agencies purchase software.

Gene Dodaro, comptroller general of the Government Accountability Office, testifies before the Senate Banking Committee Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2009.

GAO's High-Risk List Adds IT Acquisition and Veteran Health Care

Multiple Capitol Hill sources confirmed to Nextgov that IT acquisition and operations and veteran health care are now included.

What's Under the Hood of GSA's $100M Cloud Contract

Don’t worry: Aquilent says it won’t be a cloud broker in name only.

Calling Agile Contractors: Come Show and Tell for 18F

Officials at the General Services Administration and 18F are now sending a message to the traditional contracting industry: We need your help, too.