A new standard for website design finally may bring order to the chaos of different visual styles on federal agency web pages.
Coordination among the team, establishing timelines and collaborating with a larger mobile community are three essential tips for negotiating terms of service agreements when federal agencies are ready to launch their native mobile apps.
While a State Department plan for a diplomatic security training facility is expected to cost more than $140 million more than an alternative proposal, congressional investigators recently concluded that it was the better of the two options because it met four needed critical elements.
The Obama administration unveiled Sept. 12, an updated college assessment online tool, which is designed to help students and their families better plan for college and its associated costs via open access data sets.
The Office of Personnel Management and Defense Department announced the award of a $133 million contract Sept. 1 for identity theft protection services for the 21.5 million victims of two OPM breaches revealed earlier this summer.
The department's consulting firm 18F pushed for the blanket purchase agreement because there was "explosive" demand for their services to build products for agencies through the agile process and it needed help.
The General Services Administration has launched a program that the agency says will make it easier for the government to buy pre-competed IT products.
Modularity is a web design concept that has benefits far beyond the desktop world, according to a recent post from the General Services Administration's DigitalGov team.
USAjobs.gov hasn't been the easiest recruiting website to navigate, so the General Services Administration's DigitalGov team mapped out use cases to better understand customer experiences and identify areas for improvement.
Most feds will have $140 to spend each day on food, lodging and incidental expenses for fiscal 2016, according to an Aug. 14 General Services Administration statement.