A House panel will hold a hearing away from Capitol Hill to gauge the progress of the FDCCI.
FITARA takes a good step toward giving CIOs more authority, but the legislation needs to go further.
Despite sequestration pressures, the Pentagon is still working to extend mobile beyond the Blackberry.
The latest TechAmerica CIO Survey reveals the effects of new budget realities, cyber vulnerabilities and the pressures of an aging workforce on agency CIOs.
The new chairman of the Senate's key oversight committee is a welcome voice of reason as he seeks progress on complex budget and federal IT issues, including cybersecurity.
Expanding on a CIO survey, IT leaders discuss budget constraints and the road ahead.
The Integrated Electronic Health Record program is not the Department of Veterans Affairs' only lightning rod, but it is a major one.
The expected number of days that DOD employees will have to take off without pay has dropped from initial estimates, but no final decision has been made yet.
In an increasingly high-profile morass, the Veterans Affairs Department's tech troubles are only growing worse. Most recently, several key leaders have stepped down while the integrated health record effort stalls and a massive claims backlog remains unresolved.
The 112,000 federal employees who participated in this year's event during the week of March 4 were 'equal if not more productive' while working remotely than when in the office.
The $10.9 billion Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R (GOES-R) program faces potential launch delays, cost increases and budget shortfalls.
Sequestration has redefined 'normal,' but agency leaders are beginning to recognize new kinds of opportunities in it.