Tips: Don't sweat the answers until you've figured out the questions. Don't buy the technology until you've hired the scientists.
Protestor: Pass/fail standards in OASIS unrestricted RFP unfair to small businesses, violate federal rules.
The data hub that will connect health insurance exchanges to federal agencies will hold personal information of millions of Americans, rasing concerns about privacy and security.
Virtual desktops have gone from an interesting idea to a technology agencies embrace in increasingly large deployments. To move to virtual machines, however, requires a fresh look at security, standardization and the skills of your IT employees.
In a bid to narrow its focus, the Federal CIO Council has created a new organizational structure.
Days after GSA issued the long-awaited RFPs, two protests have been filed.
David Wennergren, finishing 32 years of government service in his last role as the Defense Department's assistant deputy chief management officer, spoke with FCW about lessons he learned while driving major projects.
In a 'brave new world,' government adapts on the fly to innovation.
A DHS official criticizes the changes reform bill would make to the CIO's power, argues for an alternate view.
The federal government has blown nearly $10 billion on failed IT investments over the past decade, and another $8 billion is currently at risk.
The Partnership for Public Service has some ideas to enable agencies to work together all the time as well as they do when under pressure.
Top IT official says VA has good track record for protecting data considering the volume of information it handles.