Doctors and hospitals are increasingly pushing back against the government’s schedule for adoption of electronic health records.
The terrorist group’s slick social media presence is a far cry from being able to hack critical infrastructure, cybersecurity experts say.
GSA is seeking new technologies to boost its Green Proving Ground program.
News in Brief
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The results are in for AGA & Kearny’s latest survey for federal IGs and state auditors, listing data analytics and cybersecurity at the forefront of their concerns.
IRS's head of compliance and analytics plans for new complexities surrounding health insurance subsidies and other trouble spots.
Steve Kelman finds inspiration in the role Twitter played during India's recent floods.
The Northern Virginia Technology Council volunteered its services in June to help the Veterans Affairs Department fix its patient scheduling system.
Six of the 27 newly announced Presidential Innovation Fellows will work at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The formerly feds-only project is a one-stop shop for agencies to find and buy shared services.
The head of the Federal Acquisition Service says “category hallways” will be beacons to federal buyers and suppliers looking for ways to manage the procurement process.
The latest kerfuffle over stimulus spending data points to a wider problem with agencies' dependence on proprietary systems.