Women remain sorely underrepresented in the federal IT workforce, much as they are in Silicon Valley and elsewhere. But at least the pay gap picture looks better.
Marilyn Tavenner was thrust into the spotlight after the ill-fated launch of HealthCare.gov in October 2013, and she was among the officials called on by Congress to explain the massive IT failure.
Two chief technology officers -- one government, one industry -- say their peers are perfectly positioned to help organizations chart a course for the future.
Women from a wide range of federal roles discuss what it really takes to lead in IT.
Actively recruiting more women into the tech workforce is crucial, senior federal IT leaders say.
Federal employees aren’t overly impressed with the way their agencies are doing digital, a new report says, but that doesn’t mean they’re not in favor of bringing more technology into their offices.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
During his nearly three years on the job, GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini focused on building an innovation culture and overhauling the acquisition process.
Creating governmentwide Program Management Centers of Excellence could save countless programs that are otherwise doomed to fail -- and do so on the cheap.
Google's addition doesn't alter PwC's offering, but its web-based private cloud and collaboration tools could improve security and speed and lower costs, the company says.
Big changes are needed before electronic health records play a major part in stopping epidemics, experts say.
A new joint force cyber unit will relieve Cyber Command of some of its organizational duties and help identify vulnerabilities on military networks.