There are still untapped savings and productivity gains to be had for the government through increased use of telework, argued federal IT leaders speaking at the Mobile Work Exchange Town Hall Meeting.
As deputy director of management, Beth Cobert would help drive a wide range of procurement, personnel and IT initiatives.
Fifteen individuals who are off to a great start in federal IT.
Locating the nation's cybersecurity hub in the land of jambalaya and jazz could be a good step, some experts say.
SAIC executive Deborah Lee James, nominated to be the next Air Force Secretary, is preparing for her upcoming Senate confirmation hearing.
In a parting address, secretary warns of both cyber and fiscal challenges.
Ellis Burgoyne began his career as a letter carrier in Inglewood, Calif.
McAfee executive, long rumored as a candidate, will take job that Bruce McConnell had held on an acting basis.
At least 15 DHS leadership positions are vacant or filled temporarily, and the department's head is leaving next month.
Examples of big data in government abound, and that's just the beginning.
The public's opinion on Edward Snowden may be split, but security-cleared defense professionals are more united.
David Wennergren, finishing 32 years of government service in his last role as the Defense Department's assistant deputy chief management officer, spoke with FCW about lessons he learned while driving major projects.