Amid the bad press and congressional inquiries, telework proponents stress that management, not location, is what matters.
Todd Park is moving to Silicon Valley to recruit talent into federal IT ranks.
As the government pivots to agile, this year's ACT-IAC leadership meeting hones in on practical problem solving.
Compliance director also claims explaining what NSA does is becoming a greater part of the agency's culture.
Greg Godbout, executive director of GSA's innovation lab, wants to set an example in hiring and other areas for the rest of the federal government to emulate.
The CIO of the Defense Information Systems Agency is finding that attachment to physical products is hard to shake.
the Federal Acquisition Service aims to be both a better provider and a trusted adviser.
New PIF Director Garren Givens has revamped the selection process and installed a new system that means less "parachuting in" and wider opportunities for participants.
DHS has secured funding for a program to tackle the next layer of network vulnerabilities.
The goal is relieving busy data collectors in the field from labor-intensive tasks, saving time and reducing errors, says Col. Jack Wayman.
Contracts for SEWP V would be awarded sometime in September, not August, as had been previously planned.
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