A look at the agency components where employee satisfaction shifted the farthest.
The Science and Technology Directorate came in dead last in employee satisfaction for the second time, and Undersecretary Reginald Brothers said he wants to confront the problem head on.
Recent directive brings needed clarification and "a big movement forward" on business operation, acting CIO Halvorsen says.
Experts from agencies and the private sector talk customers, capabilities and the unexpected crosscurrents of cloud technology.
"Too often we get stovepiped at a time when we need...to be working together," the president told senior feds.
The latest Best Places to Work survey reflects feds' continued frustration with leadership. The silver lining? At least the rate of decline is slowing.
How NASA and other agencies are using contests to bring better ideas into acquisition.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
"Cryogenic" systems could bring currently unthinkable computing power into the realm of possibility.
A new inspector general's report says the Defense Department has not adequately trained acquisition and contract specialists who buy cloud services.
Acting DOD CIO Terry Halvorsen said initial tests of the Joint Regional Security Stacks revealed sound plans for the program's architecture, but that some fine-tuning and better education of those operating JRSS will be needed.
Feds worried about a replay of the 2013 standoff that led to a two-week lapse in the government's spending authority shouldn't plan on another round of shutdown beards.