Rep. Mike Rogers says a better public understanding of cyber issues in the wake of the Snowden leaks would help push information-sharing proposals forward.
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News and notes from around the federal IT community.
U.S. CTO Todd Park and GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini peg the Internet of things as a tool that could revolutionize the way government delivers services.
Senators tell nominee that Sylvia Burwell will be a tough act to follow as director.
Terry Halvorsen offers transparency and better data in town hall-style appearance before vendors.
An acquisition is in the works to replace VA’s troubled scheduling software with a commercial system.
New data has destroyed the notion that teleworking is the nearly exclusive province of women with small children.
In a Q&A with FCW , Ari Schwartz, senior director for cybersecurity at the White House, talks about whether legislation can reinforce and complement White House cyber-policy goals.
Now in its fifth year, a program that matches developers with government IT projects is looking for a new class.
Because keeping cyber intruders out is increasingly difficult, the focus should be on finding them quickly and assessing the threat, says Adm. Michael Rogers.
The outgoing leader of GSA's Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies discusses the value of moving from government to industry and back.