The VA hopes to have a quick patch for scheduling software in place as it pursues a new system.
The perception gap between the big bad VA and many veterans' personal experiences reflects a broader trend in judging institutions vs. individuals.
An acquisition is in the works to replace VA’s troubled scheduling software with a commercial system.
The Department of Veterans Affairs IT shop scuttled a long-planned cloud deal because of worries about email retention and security concerns.
Three-fourths of agency's IT funding would be contingent on Congress getting a granular explanation of the plan for VistA.
With a major electronic health records procurement looming, IBM is growing its federal health IT footprint.
An audit ripped the U.S. Attorneys’ office for failing to secure laptops and tablets holding sensitive information.
Fiscal 2015 budget request would boost funding for IT security, but legislators have their doubts.
Veterans Affairs has not fully responded to questions from Congress about data breaches dating back almost two years.
The VA's inspector general has rejected the department secretary's plan to provide answers to long-outstanding questions.
House committee questions timing, details of CIO Stephen Warren's recent title changes.
The House Veterans Affairs Committee has directed six formal inquiries to VA's Office of Information and Technology since Oct. 23, totaling more than 100 questions concerning routine IT security practices.