Col. Robert Collins says close feedback from industry and soldiers can help improve a program that has struggled with inefficiencies.
The departing attorney general had no direct responsibility for information technology at DOJ, but the department dealt with multiple crises during his tenure, with mixed results.
There are plenty of candidates to replace Steve VanRoekel, but the ultimate pick might depend on what role the new federal CIO will be expected to play.
The Broadcasting Board of Governors is moving into a historic building, but choosing collaboration and flexibility over traditional offices and cubicles.
The first woman to head a major U.S. intelligence agency goes on the record about the highs and lows of the job.
Legislative proposals suggest giving agencies control of receipts of spectrum auction, but perhaps not enough to spur action.
The space agency has reduced costs for its websites as a contractor completes the first phase of migration to Drupal and the cloud.
Bob Brese’s last day on the job as CIO at the Energy Department will be Sept. 5.
Bottlenecks remain a concern, but observers expect a smooth transition.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission CIO Darren Ash has some definite views on how technology can change government.
Capgemini Government Solutions has been around for some time, but a new CEO sees market openings.
The Obama administration’s attempt to turn the page at the Veterans Affairs Department moved to Congress with the confirmation hearing of Procter & Gamble CEO Robert McDonald.