GSA CIO Sonny Hashmi’s "Jedi Council" is assisting the development of new technology at the agency, then explaining how to use it.
Firm confirms that key contract will expire Sept. 30.
Richard Hale says everyone playing by one set of rules inhibits innovation, including migration to a cloud and development of a mobile environment.
IT undergrounds can create problems, but managers should leverage such networks to find and address gaps in their systems.
A think tank wants to separate technical architecture from issues of high policy to smooth cross-border Internet conflicts.
Four months after being sworn in as undersecretary in charge of DHS’s Science and Technology Directorate, Reginald Brothers told lawmakers his team is getting better at coordinating R&D.
Being able to manage the churn that arises from millennials moving in and out of the workforce will be crucial to building an innovative federal IT culture.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The new open software and data platform developed by scientists at DOE labs relieves research biologists from acting as programmers.
The new system is intended to cover roughly 9.6 million people and will have a major impact on the market for interoperable electronic health records systems.
A pair of new systems aim to help federal agency customers better navigate complex procurement processes.
A July intrusion place malicious code on a poorly protected test server, but HHS officials say no data was compromised.