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GAO: DoD Must Document Progress on Business Reform Initiatives

The Government Accountability Office discovered that while the Department of Defense met scheduling and cost estimate requirements for reforming its business operations, the preliminary status of its initiatives will make future feasibility assessments difficult.

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VA Inspector General Reviews Electronic Scheduling System Implementation

The Department of Veterans Affairs' Office of the Inspector General released the results of an audit seeking to validate the Veterans Health Administration and the Office of Information Technology's Veterans Information Systems and Technology Architecture Scheduling Enhancement effort. 

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Report: Architect of the Capitol Lacked Proper Oversight of IT Services BPA

The Architect of the Capitol’s inspector general released a report stating that the agency failed to properly oversee an information technology services task order under a blanket purchase agreement. The BPA, which includes orders for app development and engineering support, covers work such as maintenance services, information assurance, network infrastructure management and help desk services. 

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DoD Inspector General Audits Contractor Networks, Systems

The Department of Defense's Office of the Inspector General released the results of an audit that sought to confirm contractors' capacity to secure controlled unclassified information on their respective systems and networks.

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Report: DHS Lacks ‘Comprehensive’ Mgmt Procedures for Low-Value Contracts

The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General found that the agency lacked proper oversight of its low-value contracts, resulting in missing documentation and lost payments, Federal Times reported Wednesday. Low-value contracts are those with a maximum amount of $300 million.

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