News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Evolving biometrics should be more difficult to spoof, but they present challenges for accuracy and privacy.
The federal CIO told House watchdogs that IT reform would be implemented with strict oversight, but there are already rumblings inside agencies about possible exceptions.
Restrictions on accessing records across agencies are hamstringing government watchdogs -- but there's hope for a change.
OPM's fiscal 2016 request of $272 million includes $21 million for finishing network upgrades begun in fiscal 2014.
In today’s complex cybersecurity environment, these three elements form the foundation of agencies’ ability to defend networks and data.
New survey shows that CEOs, CIOs and CISOs might have the wrong idea about how secure their networks really are.
The former DHS CIO will tell Congress how experienced government and industry IT hands can support the new acquisition legislation.
Rules and data are relatively easy to share, but capturing an organization's deep, experience-based knowledge requires special effort.
Box's CEO discusses innovation, the "black box" of government and getting Silicon Valley to engage with agencies.
Using HHS Buyers Club as a model, the procurement office wants to encourage other agencies to launch acquisition innovation labs.
The Professional Services Council's CIO and CISO survey also highlighted worries over an aging IT workforce.