Analyzing fragmented information that doesn’t come neatly packaged is a challenge most other government users of big data can relate to.
CIO Teri Takai said four companies are currently approved to run cloud services for the military, though only one has been publicly disclosed.
Few people care about what happens to a device, points out Good Technology CTO Nicko van Someren, but most care what happens to the data on it.
A renewed focus on improving IT delivery in the wake of HealthCare.gov’s troubles includes intervening earlier in the development cycle and examining the direction and risk of projects at the pilot stage.
Federal agencies not only need a disaster plan, they need to rehearse it repeatedly.
New report suggests the tools to penetrate protected systems are increasingly bought, not built.
The Army and the SEC are two agencies putting big data to use right now.
While three quarters of respondents said shared services are a strategic initiative for their agency CIOs, only about 40 percent of agencies have defined goals and objectives.
Mobile Work Exchange calculates that this year’s 163,495 Telework Week participants -- most of them federal employees -- saved nearly $14 million in commuting costs.
The cross-agency priority goals announced in the 2015 budget grew out of the failures of HealthCare.gov and NSA security in the Snowden affair.