Dashboards promise greater visibility into day-to-day agency operations, but poor data and lack of user involvement can spoil projects.
The Army released a request for information this week seeking industry recommendations on ways to provide commercially managed enterprise messaging and collaboration services as part of a broader move to streamline and standardize operations and reduce operating costs.
The State Department plans to award a task order for help with its data center consolidation program.
The Coast Guard has made progress on its enterprise architecture efforts, but should finish documentation, planning and get needed resources, the Homeland Security Department's inspector general says.
University of Maryland officials affirm Kundra earned degrees there, after a tech blogger challenges the federal CIO's bio.
The Energy Department's inspector general says more action is needed to protect the department's electronic information that is unclassified, but sensitive.
TechAmerica and others ask lawmakers to deal with their worries about E-Verify.
Gregory Garcia, director of the 754th Electronic Systems Group, which oversees the Air Force’s Network Centric Solutions contract, talks about the strategy behind NetCents-2 and his expectations for the new contract.
There are many good information technology innovations, but not all the current fads are good for government IT. Some trends are bad in general, and some are very bad for government IT managers in particular.
Navy Department Chief Information Officer Robert Carey will be the keynote speaker at tomorrow’s Virtual FOSE conference.
Klevistsky contributed her time and expertise to numerous organizations in the federal IT community, including ACT-IAC, AFCEA and the Association of Proposal Management Professionals.
Collier designed and developed an advanced multi-intelligence analyst system. He came up with a design that could fit on a couple of laptops or be scaled to a system that involves hundreds of systems.