The White House's budget proposal for fiscal 2015 includes $79 billion for federal IT. These 10 projects alone will eat up a full 7 percent of that money.
A lack of new funding has forced Treasury and OMB to rethink how they massage the data they have.
News and notes from the federal IT community.
CIO Thomas Bayer brought the idea to government from his time at Capital One.
It is possible to balance data security and user flexibility -- if agencies follow these key guidelines.
Rather than skirting the federal procurement system, GSA's 18F is designed to address challenges head on, says Lena Trudeau.
If we want real innovation, we need to stop looking for ways to circumvent the federal acquisition system and work together to improve it, writes Stan Soloway.
IT and HR managers are reasonably happy with the progress their agencies have made but want senior leaders to play a more active role.
Policymakers attempting to revamp how the military buys and manages weapons and IT systems will have to overcome bureaucratic inertia and the tendency of reform efforts to repeat themselves.
The National Archives and Records Administration is leading a plan to create new standards for controlled unclassified government information that includes new NIST guidance and changes to the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
In a Q&A with FCW , Ari Schwartz, senior director for cybersecurity at the White House, talks about whether legislation can reinforce and complement White House cyber-policy goals.
While DHS takes the lead on civilian-side cybersecurity, Senate appropriators are backing a menu of related initiatives at Commerce and Justice.