The director of USA.gov enhances the portal's reach and influence through a variety of techniques and tools, because there is no 'one single silver bullet.'
In the wake of the supreme Court's decision overturning the Defense of Marriage Act, federal employees in legal same-sex marriages can extend benefits to their partners.
The legislative director for Rep. Mac Thornberry, (R-Texas), has the job of helping call attention to the growing threats to government and private networks.
As long-awaited announcement nears, the Navy removes the network's champion and project leader, citing a 'loss of confidence.'
An emphasis on academic accomplishment rather than real-world skills might be part of the reason the government has so much trouble filling cybersecurity positions.
Montana's junior senator has taken the helm of a new subcommittee overseeing the efficiency and effectiveness of federal programs.
GSA's acting administrator has just one hurdle left before getting the job on a permanent basis.
A new group of private-sector leading lights has been assembled to try to outdo last year's class.
With projects this year and in 2012, Census is testing the open-data waters in significant ways.
The growth of Data.gov from 47 data sets at its launch in May 2009 to more than 400,000 today is impressive. It's even more so when one considers that the team running it can be counted on one hand.
Few IT budgets are larger — or more important — than the one Julie Boughn helps oversee at the Department of Health and Human Services’ Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
As the Obama administration's point person for federal procurement reform, Newhart is charged with making sure the government has the best possible workers on the front lines of government acquisition.