With major budget proposals from each party released, Democrats and Republicans prepare to fight over the federal workforce again.
Audit finds Veterans Affairs Department has made strides, but is still not meeting FISMA directives with its information security program.
Fiscal pressures provide CIOs with an opportunity to prove their value, writes Alan Balutis.
GSA's money management comes under spotlight in the wake of the report that revealed frivolous spending at a 2010 conference.
Under new direction, the agency is canceling several events and reviewing its conference guidelines.
The federal CIO calls on citizens and industry to help build a government of tomorrow during a FOSE keynote.
The Army's estimated cost savings from its enterprise e-mail initiative were significantly higher than the reality, report from CIO reveals.
PortfolioStat takes a multi-pronged approach to improving government in line with the Obama administration's IT strategy.
Many researchers welcomed NARA's release of the 1940 U.S. Census, but others worried about privacy and reported the website was not functioning properly.
White House cybersecurity coordinator Howard Schmidt is leading a charge to support federal adoption of cybersecurity priorities.
Following through on an agreement, the U.S. and India have jointly released open source code to help governments release data to the public.
The Republican budget proposal now goes to the Senate, where experts expect its defeat.