Some agencies are finding that tightening budgets are leading to smarter IT choices and inspirations.
Agency org charts probably will look the same for a while, but experts from both the public and private sectors say the new rules of innovation and sharing are rapidly changing things.
At FOSE, VanRoekel touts examples and potential of open government efforts to date, while warning against letting commercial demands for federal data overwhelm the government's resources.
Census Bureau's approach to data garners singular praise at FOSE trade show.
As required by law, agencies have published their lists of senior executive positions that are limited to career federal employees.
At FOSE, Rick Holgate and Gwynne Kostin outline the coming agenda for open data and other initiatives.
NSA director hammers message that cyber-legislation, better standards are needed fast.
Former DHS CIO's resignation did not put an end to questions about the circumstances.
UPDATED: After nearly two months on leave under mysterious circumstances, CIO sends e-mail to colleagues that confirms departure but leaves many questions unanswered.
The Florida Republican is likely to be the next chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
FITARA takes a good step toward giving CIOs more authority, but the legislation needs to go further.
The latest TechAmerica CIO Survey reveals the effects of new budget realities, cyber vulnerabilities and the pressures of an aging workforce on agency CIOs.