FCW has culled the best ideas from business schools for agency executives seeking to improve their game.
Following @stevenvDC is all well and good, but these agency IT leaders are truly taking part in the Twitter conversation.
As the shutdown unfolds, some events will be modified or even canceled. Here's a look at some early effects.
Ellis Burgoyne, who will retire on Oct. 1, was the first USPS employee to become its CIO.
Universities are graduating only a fraction of the data scientists that federal agencies need.
DHS finds a replacement for Richard Spires, while FEMA welcomes a NASA veteran.
Only a handful of CIO Council members are active on social media, but their varied approaches offer important lessons.
The former acting director of the Office of Management and Budget is rejoining President Barack Obama’s economic team as director of the National Economic Council.
Keeping intruders out has never been an easy task, and it's only getting harder. Big data offers an alternative approach.
There are still untapped savings and productivity gains to be had for the government through increased use of telework, argued federal IT leaders speaking at the Mobile Work Exchange Town Hall Meeting.
As deputy director of management, Beth Cobert would help drive a wide range of procurement, personnel and IT initiatives.
Fifteen individuals who are off to a great start in federal IT.