Feds are vulnerable to cyber fraud because of inertia, says the con man who inspired Steven Spielberg's "Catch Me If You Can."
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Negotiators on the defense authorization bill included provisions from the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act in what they hope is the final version of the legislation.
A new study helps vendors understand what messages resonate (and tells feds how their peers prefer to be pitched).
Ashton Carter, who has often had a hand in Pentagon IT issues, is rumored to be Obama's pick for Defense secretary.
This Rising Star manages a 12-person team that has tackled some of the SEC's biggest IT endeavors.
This Rising Star nailed down two of the General Services Administration's biggest Schedule 70 contracts in 2013.
This Rising Star has been involved in the Navy's biggest IT projects in recent years, including the Next Generation Enterprise Network.
This Rising Star is transforming the way agencies track and manage their employees' performance.
This GSA Rising Star single-handedly provided program management for the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation portfolio in its first year.
This IT auditor at USPS helps monitor one of the largest computing infrastructures in the federal government.
This self-taught proposal manager has led teams whose winning proposals have resulted in nearly $16 million in contracts for GovSmart.