Joe Paiva says he wants his Commerce Department agency "to be out of the IT business by July."
VMware's Tony Scott to replace Steven VanRoekel, who left the job in September for a role at USAID.
The White House’s big data and privacy working group cites progress, but acknowledges that big challenges lie ahead.
One way of being a better customer, says federal CTO Megan Smith, is to develop a contracting process more in touch with vendors.
Recent air disasters present stark evidence that the government needs new aircraft location and in-flight data transmission technologies.
Lt. Gen. Robert Ferrell said the Army’s IT strategy for the short and medium terms includes a focus on cybersecurity and cloud computing.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Intelligent building management systems monitor operational performance and energy use to identify root causes and correct deficiencies.
DOJ’s R&D arm is funding software development that makes it easier to store and transfer data for criminal investigations.
Inspectors general complain to Congress that agencies often respond to requests for information with claims that it is protected by law.
The new Public Participation Playbook is a guide for encouraging and measuring citizen involvement in improving federal performance.
Overall IT spending is tabbed at $86.4 billion, with much of the increase driven by a hike in cybersecurity funding.