After serving in an acting capacity for more than a year, Dan Tangherlini is the president's pick to take the role officially.
The IBM Center for the Business of Government's look at the tools and strategies available for accelerating service quality and reducing costs.
Software is at greater risk of cyber-attack than hardware, but foreign-made gear is still raising concerns.
The Digital Accountability and Transparency Act establishes standards for federal spending data published to the USASpending.gov portal.
A bipartisan working group will look at the federal government's role in establishing best practices, among other things.
Federal CIO will take over while a permanent replacement for Jeffrey Zients is found.
While rating their agencies as adequate, few federal IT executives would claim top marks on executing the government's Digital Government strategy. What are the barriers?
A GAO report, echoing longstanding criticisms, diagnoses the causes of DOD's sputtering modernization progress.
The Naval Safety & Environmental Training Center provides training to some 10,000 Navy personnel and government civilians around the world each year.
IT leaders discuss obstacles to buy-in, tactics for overcoming 'component-level resistance.'
A new report from the Partnership for Public Service and Booz Allen Hamilton tells agencies how to compete with the private sector for highly skilled employees.
Big businesses know how to save money when negotiating contracts. A new report suggests that the government could emulate some commercial practices to good effect.