Gen. Nick Justice says he was forever changed by his days on the ground early in the U.S. military response to the 2001 terrorist attacks.
Steve Cooper, the first CIO at DHS, recalls how a surge of patriotism prompted him to lend his talents to the homeland security effort.
A new survey indicates that 12 percent of men are willing to give up 10 percent of their salary in exchange for more telework, compared to 6 percent of women.
Former Federal CIO Vivek Kundra provoked an outcry with an editorial claiming that major federal contractors are holding back progress in updating federal technology.
The Veterans Affairs Department's Project Management Accountability System needs more work to be fully effective, according to a new report.
Former CIO Vivek Kundra promoted cloud technology as a way to save money, but some feds are concerned about its security.
Vivek Kundra's appointed successor, Steven VanRoekel, faces a tough assignment in carrying out the IT reform plan.
A new OMB memo assumes that CIOs have the power to execute all the authorities granted to them, but GAO and CIOs themselves might beg to differ, writes columnist Alan Balutis.
The CIO position in government continues to struggle, and tightening budgets make the situation worse, writes columnist Alan Balutis.
The White House plan for streamlining federal sites and domains brings with it requirements for federal CIOs to get busy on several surveys and plans.
The Army is set to trim its civilian workforce as part of onging budget-trimming efforts.
Twenty-five people from government, industry and academia are being recognized as up-and-coming professionals in the government IT community.