The nation's archivist gets rule-writing authority under a new law. Will everyday feds notice the difference?
Officials from DHS and DOT face different challenges with departmental data but agree that when it comes to managing big data, "you're never done."
A new scholarship program for Air Force veterans taps into the increasing demand for cybersecurity jobs.
A bill that will allow DHS to hire cybersecurity professionals faster and pay them more now heads to the president for his signature.
"There is overwhelming enthusiasm to become more modern within the entire organization," OPM Associate Director Kenneth Zawodny told lawmakers.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The Science and Technology Directorate came in dead last in employee satisfaction for the second time, and Undersecretary Reginald Brothers said he wants to confront the problem head on.
Regardless of where the investigation into North Korea's alleged role in the Sony hack leads, the Obama administration's strategy of indicting state-sponsored hacking is likely to continue.
Recent directive brings needed clarification and "a big movement forward" on business operation, acting CIO Halvorsen says.
Experts from agencies and the private sector talk customers, capabilities and the unexpected crosscurrents of cloud technology.
"Too often we get stovepiped at a time when we need...to be working together," the president told senior feds.
How NASA and other agencies are using contests to bring better ideas into acquisition.