Once a "poster child for IT," the IRS's high-profile problems are now all too similar to those experienced by other agencies.
In aiming to curtail any "net neutrality" proposals, appropriators might nick the agency's IT spending.
As agencies consolidate their IT infrastructures and move to the cloud, infrastructure performance management becomes critical.
Reddit's favorite 'IRS Employee' has deleted his account. His case demonstrates a demand for social media engagement that IRS policy isn't prepared to meet.
Robert Litt, general counsel for the ODNI, argues that Congress and the courts have a say on intelligence policy, but not on the tech used to implement it.
The broker definition continues to evolve as new roles emerge and cloud deployments become more complex.
Agency also unveils the B4UFLY app, which is designed to help novice users fly their drones safely and legally.
The central concern is that the changes could affect pricing protections that can't be replaced by the benefits of transactional data.
Legislation can accomplish only so much when up against "an instinct of secrecy," says Sen. Chuck Grassley.
The move comes as OMB is pushing agencies to create in-house digital services teams akin to GSA's 18F and its own U.S. Digital Service.
Successful cloud acquisition requires agency officials to “do your homework on your system,” says NIST’s Michaela Iorga.
LaVerne H. Council outlined her leadership style and plans to manage the VA's $4.2 billion in annual tech spending.