Few IT budgets are larger — or more important — than the one Julie Boughn helps oversee at the Department of Health and Human Services’ Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
As the Obama administration's point person for federal procurement reform, Newhart is charged with making sure the government has the best possible workers on the front lines of government acquisition.
The Utah congressman is carving out space for himself as one of the key technology policy experts in the Republican caucus.
A GSA veteran and linchpin of the federal IT community passes away.
FedRAMP's program manager is quick to share credit for the program's success.
As government releases more information online, OMB's Minh-Hai Tran-Lam helps agencies change their processes for managing IT investments and disseminating the data.
Through his varied career that includes congressional staff positions, the private-sector and agencies, Brubaker has pursued a singular goal: government efficiency and lower costs.
Stacie Boyd, branch chief for security, architecture, policy and plans at the NSF's Office of Information and Resource Management's Division of Information Systems, has 'risen at every job she's done,' says Dan Chenok.
The announcement that EPA CIO Malcolm Jackson is stepping down adds that agency to an already-long list.
Vote set for next week on acting GSA administrator's nomination to take the role permanently.
FCC chairman nominee urged to commit to reducing federal communications spectrum.
The Partnership for Public Service's John Palguta puts the current staffing efforts in perspective.