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Contractors Are Still Taking Short Cuts on Background Checks, Audit Finds

OPM watchdog says one reviewer approved 15,000 case files in one month.

IBM Partners with Epic in Battle for Pentagon’s Multibillion-Dollar EHR Deal

Big blue and a leading EHR provider join forces to compete for the $11 billion Defense Department’s Healthcare Management Systems Modernization contract.

Dell Federal Systems is among the firms involved in the contract.

Army Boosts Value of IT Deal by $774 Million

Increases value of $5 billion, 2007 hardware and software contract.

HUD May Have Broken Law When It Paid Salary of Senior Advisor

A non-federal employee on detail to department received more than $620,000 in compensation from the wrong pool of money. Gets a Redesign for Obamacare Enrollment’s 1st Birthday

Some fear the overhaul won’t be done in time and could result in a failed open season.

New FedRAMP Security Controls Issued

Resources provide guidance for implementing updated cloud security requirements.

Is $487K Too Little to Pay Federal Contractors?

Contractors object as the government finalizes plans to implement statutes limiting their reimbursable pay.

The SpaceX-3 mission soars into the clouds over on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station aboard a Falcon 9 rocket in April.

Why Elon Musk Is Suing the U.S. Air Force

SpaceX is suing its would-be biggest customer for the right to compete for more Pentagon launches.

Vendors Scramble as FedRAMP Cloud Services Deadline Arrives

Companies will likely have a few more months before oversight bodies begin to seriously enforce compliance.

Astronaut Steve Swanson is pictured during a spacewalk on the International Space Station.

Sending Astronauts to Space Is Worth It -- If the Goal Is Mars

But we’ll have to increase NASA’s budget and cooperate with China, report concludes.