DISA’s Plan to Replace CAC to Come Together This Year

DISA’s Plan to Replace CAC to Come Together This Year

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Experts Say CIO iInput, Oversight From Congress and OMB Necessary to iImprove IT Acquisition

Experts Say CIO iInput, Oversight From Congress and OMB Necessary to iImprove IT Acquisition

Federal Tech Legislation to Watch

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Should a DISA-like Agency Take Over Cyber, IT For All Civilian Agencies?

Should a DISA-like Agency Take Over Cyber, IT For All Civilian Agencies?

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Smart Bases May Be a Smart Idea, But Can the Military Afford Them?

Smart Bases May Be a Smart Idea, But Can the Military Afford Them?

Industry has some ideas for the Defense Department on how it might be able to spare a few pennies and make its bases run more smoothly, but finding an ear in the Pentagon or in Congress is proving hard.

Smart bases might be the wave of the future. They offer ways for military installations to use new technologies and big data collection to better the lives of service members and possibly save money in the long run.

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Agencies Could Learn a Thing or Two From DoD’s Approach to Buying Services

Agencies Could Learn a Thing or Two From DoD’s Approach to Buying Services

The Defense Department may have hit upon an acquisition innovation that is slowly drifting to the civilian world.

Since 2012, the Pentagon has been taking a SAW — services acquisition workshop — to procurements worth more than $1 billion.

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