Tighter budgets could be a catalyst for rethinking how government operates, says OMB's Kathryn Stack.
GAO says suspension and debarment actions have more than doubled over the past four years.
Without executive direction from the federal CIO, agencies will have difficulty realizing cost savings through enterprise-wide software license management, says a new report.
The bill is aimed at giving the Department of Homeland Security more flexibility in hiring cybersecurity specialists.
As agency budgets continue to flatline, federal human resources executives see a need to transform the way the government recruits, hires, trains and rewards employees.
ICS-CERT typically does not provide much detail when reporting incursions, but it made an exception for two recent cases to highlight the dangers.
As Treasury moves to implement the Data Act, potential costs and agency buy-in remain concerns.
Vets need jobs. Everybody needs cyber-specialists. And situational awareness could be the thread to connect the two.
Federal agencies can't operate like Silicon Valley startups, but even the largest organization can manage for great innovation.
An industry analyst said the agency virtually guaranteed protests by using written debriefings instead of face-to-face meetings with unsuccessful vendors.
The lack of a financial management system for HealthCare.gov continues to trouble oversight agencies and insurance carriers.
When implementing agile development, agencies should focus on results rather than how to get there, said Shawn Kingsberry, CIO of the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board.