While a Democratic critic calls the hearing 'theater,' Rep. Darrell Issa suggests officials deliberately tried to conceal communications.
As deputy director of management, Beth Cobert would help drive a wide range of procurement, personnel and IT initiatives.
Industry group calls for better workforce training and 'fundamental change' to the process.
The bring-your-own-app craze can actually make life easier for federal IT professionals who are struggling to contain BYOD.
Recent revelations continue a decades-long trend, and some experts say the payments can serve as a restraint.
The next iteration of the National Action Plan on Open Government is in the works and the administration wants public input, according to a blog post from Deputy Chief Technology Officer Nick Sinai.
How much would telework save your agency? A new tool helps estimate payback.
Civilian, military personnel would get a 1 percent raise come Jan. 1.
Starting with a pilot program for 18 workers in 1997, the patent office has made telework an integral part of its culture for almost 8,000 employees.
A two-part study examines the benefits 200 federal IT managers attribute to using modular development methods over the traditional waterfall approach in IT projects.
A close look at programs in jeopardy
A hacker has pleaded guilty to charges he had hacked into supercomputers owned by the Department of Energy and planned to sell access to them for tens of thousands of dollars.