Twenty-five of the 71 grant recipients announced Sept. 29 will focus their programs on cybersecurity and IT.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
We need to end the 'conspiracy of hope' and embrace agile development as the best way to avoid fiascos on the scale of HealthCare.gov, writes Asynchrony's David Elfanbaum.
While OMB is leading the development of data definition standards, Treasury is concentrating on data exchange standards.
The departing attorney general had no direct responsibility for information technology at DOJ, but the department dealt with multiple crises during his tenure, with mixed results.
The Broadcasting Board of Governors is moving into a historic building, but choosing collaboration and flexibility over traditional offices and cubicles.
SRA International's protest of an HHS cloud contract failed because the firm did not document its qualification for an authority to operate under FedRAMP.
The latest plan sets a timeline for implementing an open-source software policy by the end of 2015, among other goals.
There are plenty of candidates to replace Steve VanRoekel, but the ultimate pick might depend on what role the new federal CIO will be expected to play.
The Pentagon's health record procurement is part of a push to standardize processes across the military.
The acting DOD CIO wants the department to move the commercial cloud faster. To do that, he plans to give military services more authority over the process.
The first woman to head a major U.S. intelligence agency goes on the record about the highs and lows of the job.