A year-old deportation relief program for foreign-born, U.S.-raised students could provide a glimpse of the kinds of big-data demands that some federal agencies would have to deal with if comprehensive immigration legislation is enacted.
The House and Senate versions of the defense authorization bill include different provisions that have major implications for federal CIOs’ authority.
Federal leaders need to balance their spending on operations and new projects to support strategic IT priorities and budget plans
Sen. Tom Udall, whose state is home to the Los Alamos and Sandia National Laboratories, is proposing a plan to speed the commercial use of technology developed under government auspices.
An overhaul bill could allow the Postal Service to exploit its massive IT operations for profitable commercial uses.
A DHS official criticizes the changes reform bill would make to the CIO's power, argues for an alternate view.
Proposed budget levels reflect a predicted decline.
DOD exemption is one weakness, federal CIO says.
A bipartisan group wants the Department of Defense and other agencies to begin the process of vacating a key swath of spectrum as the statutory deadline for a related auction approaches.
Agencies might have trouble cutting travel budgets as much as a new bill proposes, and videoconferencing -- the legislation's preferred solution -- brings its own set of challenges.
XML release and related legal schema could 'revolutionize' the way lawmakers and citizens interact with the law.
The Coast Guard's efforts to connect multiple streams of data on potential maritime threats to be shared across federal, state and local law enforcement remains a work in progress.