The latest TechAmerica CIO Survey reveals the effects of new budget realities, cyber vulnerabilities and the pressures of an aging workforce on agency CIOs.
A White House effort to stem the tide of child sex trafficking is beginning to get results, CTO says.
The new chairman of the Senate's key oversight committee is a welcome voice of reason as he seeks progress on complex budget and federal IT issues, including cybersecurity.
Expanding on a CIO survey, IT leaders discuss budget constraints and the road ahead.
The Information Technology Training and Certification Partnership prepares veterans for careers in IT.
Harvard's Kennedy School recognizes programs from GSA, NARA and other agencies as among the most creative and effective.
Pro-telework conference details savings, flexibility as more agencies virtualize the workplace.
DARPA's leader believes America may be on the cusp of a 'fundamental shift' in allocating funding for defense.
The hottest job in tech has vague definitions, but the skills and aptitudes needed are clear. What does the future hold for this rapidly emerging field?
Burwell takes the reins at OMB as the administration attempts to sell its fiscal 2014 budget on Capitol Hill.
The Defense Department has laid out the roles and responsibilities of the Pentagon's chief information officer, updating nearly decade-old governance to include some of DOD's most pressing concerns.
Lawmakers adds his voice to those demanding to know why the DHS CIO is on leave.