While many agencies have been developing and adopting strategies to manage their records electronically, the IRS scandal has revealed a gaping chasm between policy and implementation.
Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos will work with Bechtel to provide hands-on experience in both national security and industry environments.
The Interior Department is consolidating nine content management platforms into one, built with open source software.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT is pushing for a road map "specific enough that people will know what they're supposed to do when."
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Procurement experts are enthusiastic about adding a separate cloud services category to the venerable contracting vehicle.
News and notes from around the federal IT community
Jacob Lew says cyber defense "will be a central test for all of us going forward."
Citizenship and Immigration Service’s Office of Information Technology has a chief of staff candidate in the hiring pipeline and expects to fill two other key spots by October.
The VA hopes to have a quick patch for scheduling software in place as it pursues a new system.
A handful of agencies, including the departments of State and Veterans Affairs, are lagging behind the pack in releasing their open government plans.
Lawmakers said the lower funding level “will help prioritize and better target non-cybersecurity IT investments in an era of fiscal constraint.”