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Forum offers advice on innovating for government

To become defense contractors someday, small companies must be "viable, visible, capable and credible," executive says.

Funding may be a sticking point for FBI tech upgrade

Sentinel project to build a modern case management system could face a budget shortfall if appropriators don’t grant bureau’s request, auditors say.

GSA weighs placing policy office under congressional affairs

Employees told that the move would not substantially change the policy operation.

Ex-Commerce officials urge interoperability action

Bolstering emergency communications has been a priority for lawmakers on both sides of the aisle since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

Immigration services bureau loses thousands of records

As many as 30,000 citizenship applications may have been processed without the proper files, auditors conclude.

OPM drops effort to shift financial management to Treasury bureau

Agency instead will conduct public-private competition to select a new provider.

Chertoff gets ahead of Hill, sets interoperable radio goals

Questions remain about funding for equipment that will allow states and localities to talk to each other during emergencies.

Tech groups look ahead to changes on Senate panels

The next Congress is expected to step up oversight efforts.

IRS drops public-private contest for computer services

Agency will study alternatives to competition that could have encompassed more than 2,000 jobs.

Online guide to IT decision-makers debuts

Federal Technology Source provides authoritative, continuously updated listing of more than 3,000 of the most influential people in the federal information technology game.