Commenting on the recent government shutdown, the Commerce secretary noted: "Data does not get a lot of attention until it is not available."
As budgets decline, Pentagon officials say innovation must take over as a driver for change.
The trade group alleges breach of contract and misappropriation of proprietary information.
The survey responses reflect dips in morale based on sequestration furloughs, pay freezes, reduced opportunities for training and travel, and workplace satisfaction -- all before the shutdown, which happened after the survey was complete.
David Bray, who got his first federal job at 15, is now overhauling the Federal Communications Commission's outmoded IT.
After Gen. Keith Alexander retires next year, the leadership of the two organizations could fall to two people.
A single federated ID would make tracking, verifying and authenticating identities easier, but it also could make the public nervous, said some IT managers participating in the hub project.
Trade organization admits the move of key employees to a rival firm was 'unexpected.'
House committee questions timing, details of CIO Stephen Warren's recent title changes.
Defense Secretary: Terror threat has 'metastasized,' spreading to technologies where the U.S. previously enjoyed a strategic advantage.
Loss of four public-sector experts raises questions about industry group's future direction.
The vote for what is normally an uncontroversial position was unusually partisan.