House hearing on draft legislation explores budget authority, chains of command and the sheer number of agency CIOs.
Policy changes after revelations of a lavish Las Vegas conference have led to significant savings, officials testify.
The agency tasked with setting science and technology standards wants to develop a cybersecurity framework.
Survey shows what federal employees fear the coming budget cuts will mean to them.
Phased strategy covers mobile devices, wireless infrastructure and mobile applications for 600,000 users.
The VA's new system, deployed in 2012 with a goal of dramatically cutting claims processing time, has so far not lived up to its promise.
Telework, cloud computing and BYOD policies are strengthening continuity-of-operations plans. They come with some hurdles to jump, but agencies are starting to see success.
Sen. Tom Coburn suggests leaving positions unfilled -- and names them a few.
Strategic sourcing, better sharing of best practices also discussed by Management Advisory Board.
Agencies lag far behind the private sector in embracing mobile, but that means big productivity gains are still to be had.
Who has been on the GAO High-Risk List the longest? Take a look.
A litany of IT shortcomings will put the Census Bureau at the mercy of hackers and other nefarious activity until the agency implements a comprehensive information security program, auditors find.