News and notes from around the federal IT community.
There is no silver bullet for decreasing the rampant unemployment for people with disabilities, but both assistive technology and IT jobs afford the most promise to a static problem.
As CEO of Procter & Gamble, Bob McDonald worked to transform marketing and operations using technology, and to create digital literacy standards within the executive ranks.
Empowering a much smaller set of CIOs would set the stage for agency innovation.
The Coast Guard is poised to begin deploying its Integrated Health Information System, thanks in large part to the drive of the service's chief medical information officer.
The Pentagon’s acting CIO offers some blunt talk on how best to deploy a department-wide IT platform.
Larry Zelvin, director of the National Cyber and Communications Integration Center, says DHS needs more clarity on its role in scanning other agencies’ networks for cyber threats.
Congress wants the Department of Defense to improve acquisition, but conflicting demands could muddle the process.
The space agency showcases some of its innovations, big and small.
News and notes from the federal IT community.
The military's planned move to a unified electronic health record means big management and organizational changes.
Maria Roat, Kevin Dulany and others discuss what's next for FedRAMP.