An audit ripped the U.S. Attorneys’ office for failing to secure laptops and tablets holding sensitive information.
While government can see the potential of mobile, lack of coordination is a recipe for failure, says HP Enterprise Services executive Bryan Coapstick.
Although there are countless opportunities to go astray when developing agencywide IT projects, most troubled programs make major mistakes right out of the starting block.
Feds hope to make a virtue of necessity by overhauling the acquisition landscape in response to stagnant IT budgets.
Vendors interested in the $6 billion Enhanced Solutions for Technology Enterprise need to submit their proposals by mid-May.
The agency's new 18F program is intended to work like a tech startup aimed at helping build federal Web services.
The federal government is lagging behind similar efforts in the private sector aimed at boosting security and saving money, says Brocade executive Anthony Robbins.
Sixty percent of those surveyed said training is the answer to squeezing more efficiency out of a reduced workforce.
In a Partnership for Public Service survey, one in four college students ranked government as one of their top three job targets.
The government plans to move to a continuous evaluation method for security clearances, which will require new IT systems to store and search through data.
The agency has made public a pair of documents detailing takeaways from the longer-than-expected transition.
The multiple components at the department have an existing architecture of databases "not conducive to effective implementation," report finds.