The Defense Department is about to pour on speed to close data centers before the end of the year.
Today's CIOs are investment analysts, recruiters and security officers for their agencies' information, according to a new memo.
Lawmakers have reportedly reached a deal to end the partial shutdown that put 4,000 employees and 70,000 construction contractors out of work.
Steven VanRoekel has accomplished a lot, but the new role he's taking will bring a new set of pitfalls, observers warn.
Ashton Carter, under secretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, is expected to replace William Lynn in the No. 2 post at the Defense Department.
The federal workspace of the future is going to look very different because of technology, according to the administrator of the General Services Administration.
A senior General Services Administration official said several IT trends will drive what's going on in the federal government for some time.
A fired IT official claims the SSA pushed him out when he disagreed with the agency's approach to IT.
The Office of Personnel Management recently completed an IT program management competency model to help agencies with workforce planning, training, development, performance management and recruitment.
A senior Obama administration official is reminding federal agencies that they must comply with security guidelines while implementing the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010.
Changes at the SSA come as the administration has less money to work with.
The Office of Management and Budget finalized new guidance on reporting IT spending as called for by the Obama administration’s IT reform plan.