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Federal IT Overhaul Included in Defense Bill, Headed for Vote

The House is expected to vote on the annual defense policy bill as early as this week.

Defense Acquisition Reformers Propose Streamlining Authority, Empowering the Workforce

Industrial Association weighs in as Armed Services panels change leaders.

Pentagon Blasted for Stalled Tracking of Services Contractors

POGO builds on watchdog’s report to accuse personnel office of breaching laws.

Bug Accidentally Shut Down Military Open Source Software Portal

Problems with a backup system are preventing Pentagon from recovering Forge.mil.

A wheelchair sits outside the Atlanta VA Medical Center in Atlanta.

VA’s Aggressive Plan for Shedding Its 'Back-to-the-Future' Era Scheduling System

VA is now taking bids for commercial software to replace a clunky 1980s-era system for scheduling medical appointments.

hree statues portraying a wounded soldier being helped, stand on the grounds of the Minneapolis VA Hospital, Monday, June 9, 2014.

Before Buying New Scheduling System, VA Plans to Kick the Tires

VA is putting the finishing touches on its proposed shopping list for buying updated scheduling software.

The Ozone Mapping and Profiler Suite (OMPS) instrument, part of the JPSS satellite system, undergoes post thermal inspection at a Ball facility in Boulder, Colo.

After Hack, NOAA Still Plans to Buy Supercomputers from IBM Unit Sold to Chinese Firm

NOAA says sale of Big Blue’s supercomputers to Lenovo doesn't present a risk to the JPSS program.

Report: BP Tried to Lobby the EPA to Let It Continue As a Government 'Business Partner'

Vice News obtained a confidential 72-page report the company produced to convince the agency to keep giving it contracting dollars.

IG: Energy Lab Lobbied Officials for $2.4 Billion No-Bid Contract

Sandia National Laboratories used government funds in efforts to extend Lockheed Martin’s management deal without competition.