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.
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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.
Thomas Sharpe, two months into his new role, pledges to address problems highlighted by inspector general.
The federal government's need for a robust cyber workforce is a long-standing concern, but meeting the need remains a challenge.
A new honor for personnel who contribute to war efforts from remote locations, such as drone pilots or those who fight in cyberspace, is ranked too highly, critics say.
Annual event encouraging telework try-outs demonstrates enthusiasm, savings.
Ben Balter has taken a position at the open software collaboration platform, maintaining a focus on government.