Although the public sector is lagging behind the private industry in cloud adoption, new research shows that almost half of governments globally are planning a cloud migration.
While federal information security professionals report job stability and opportunities for advancement, hiring managers are still trying to figure out how to find highly skilled candidates.
The Army is building up its contracting military occupational specialty to grow its acquisition workforce.
The Veterans Affairs department has launched a new program to train wounded vets for new careers as acquisition specialists.
Federal Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra announced tech-related commitments to the White House's summer jobs program for young Americans.
The Army begins research for platform-agnostic e-textbooks.
Today's troops are getting the latest in high-tech training and education to learn how to combat a fast-moving cyber threat.
Pursuing an IT certification could help government IT professionals land a better job or get them more pay, survey says.
Here is a look at some of the cyber training programs offered by the military services.
The National Initiative on Cybersecurity Education has drafted a framework to help professionalize this area of work and provide a path for federal career development.
By growing organic agency capabilities, agencies will have options in the future to use contractors or apply federal employees' skill to acquisition and oversight.
Newly launched educational effort teaches federal IT community leadership and project management.