Continuous diagnostics and mitigation changes the government's approach to cybersecurity.
Every agency has an enterprise architecture, and Scott Bernard believes some attention to those strategic plans could improve the government's ability to share services between agencies.
The main public face of Obamacare is back in service after the latest in a string of embarrassing difficulties took it offline.
Cybersecurity certifications are proliferating, but developing an agreed-upon measure for experience and expertise is still difficult.
President's pick to head the Department of Homeland Security has lots to learn about the sprawling agency.
Emphasis is not on recruiting, but on defining the skills that will be needed.
"Let me be clear: Healthcare.gov is fixable," administration's point man for the fixes declares.
The last thing federal IT needs is another 25-point plan. What's really required is some redefining.
Congressional hearing zeroes in on problems with testing, integration and project management.
Former OMB acting director to manage "tech surge" promised by Obama, as Issa and other legislators demand answers.
Latest court filing suggests the agency is anxious for Amazon to start on $600 million project.
Cloud providers, Government Accountability Office expect backlogs to be cleared by Thanksgiving.