Thomas Sharpe, two months into his new role, pledges to address problems highlighted by inspector general.
The federal government's need for a robust cyber workforce is a long-standing concern, but meeting the need remains a challenge.
A new honor for personnel who contribute to war efforts from remote locations, such as drone pilots or those who fight in cyberspace, is ranked too highly, critics say.
Annual event encouraging telework try-outs demonstrates enthusiasm, savings.
Ben Balter has taken a position at the open software collaboration platform, maintaining a focus on government.
The chief technologist at GAO wants to dispel the notion that an audit is something to fear.
ACT/IAC's awards program honors exemplary uses of technology in the government.
Like service dogs, which assist the visually impaired in the physical world, technology exists to make websites more useful to people with disabilities. A new federal initiative seeks to accelerate and expand its use.
The way today's children do their homework can provide some ideas for government innovation, GSA chief says.
It is easy to zero in on the activities that matter when you consider your accomplishments in terms of an epitaph, writes Bob Woods.
Obama expected to nominate Sylvia Matthews Burwell as budget director
Alec Ross announces his plan to leave the department on Twitter and Facebook, promises more details soon.