News in Brief
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Editor-in-Chief Troy K. Schneider says agencies could learn from the private sector's approach to succession planning.
An updated National Seismic Hazard Map reminds that the risks extend far beyond California.
The Consular Consolidated Database is operating at limited capacity after a glitch crippled it July 19.
Steve Kelman argues that there are two distinct flavors of this data-driven assessment -- and that their advocates don't talk nearly as much as they should.
Six years and nearly $300 million later, the Social Security Administration has decided to press "reset" on its project to improve the claim processing system. Here's what happened.
Anne Rung told senators at her confirmation hearing that she hopes to create areas of specialization for acquisition officials.
Problems with the Consular Consolidated Database could strand thousands of people waiting for documents around the globe.
As NATO seeks a "cultural shift," a new intranet system will serve up to 10,000 would-be collaborators.
New deputy administrator returns to the agency after a decade on Capitol Hill and at the Defense Department.
The FBI is looking for an unclassified system that conforms to the FISMA-moderate security level.
FTC Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen says the key to using big data is understanding its limits and “emphasizing the need for human judgment.”