The departing NASA CIO will be replaced, for the short term anyway, by an associate deputy administrator.
DHS confirms only that Spires is on 'elected leave;' Deputy CIO Margie Graves steps in as acting CIO.
Technology can make proceedings more transparent, commissioner says.
Newcomers to telework who took part in Telework Week found it to be eye-opening.
John Gingrich has announced plans to leave the agency by March 31 after decades in public service.
The Florida Republican and former Transportation and Infrastructure chairman now heads House Oversight's Government Operations Subcommittee, where federal IT is very much on the agenda.
Drawing on decades of private-sector experience managing complex IT systems, DHS CIO and Eagle Award winner Richard Spires has been a key leader in the department's ongoing effort to unify its IT operations.
Longtime CIO suggests that all his agency peers deserve recognition for the 'tremendous difficulties' they face.
Sylvia Mathews Burwell, President Barack Obama’s pick to head the Office of Management and Budget, is expected to be easily confirmed. That may be the last easy thing about the job.
Read all about this year's winners from government, industry and academia. We present the full list of winners, and profile each to highlight their unique accomplishments and contributions to federal IT in 2012.
Tangherlini tells Congress that cost-cutting pressures are a golden opportunity "for GSA to demonstrate its worth."
Bruce McConnell to replace Mark Weatherford on an acting basis.