The technology itself is transformative, but Michael Garland argues that the term creates problems and confusion.
Why advocates of data localization are missing the real security risks.
Officials at DHS, the prime civilian agency in charge of cybersecurity, are reminding lawmakers that the clock is ticking on the 113th Congress.
News in Brief
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
IARPA is hosting its first-ever industry day over two days, Oct. 29-30.
Tales from the trenches about why it's so hard to get buy-in for cyber and other IT initiatives.
Steve Kelman notes that Asia may be emerging as a center for government service delivery innovation.
Legislators have a new way of targeting spending that could bring benefits and burdens for agencies.
Richard Hale says everyone playing by one set of rules inhibits innovation, including migration to a cloud and development of a mobile environment.
With open enrollment and tax season approaching, senior officials say IT systems will be ready to support insurance shoppers and tax filers.
GSA CIO Sonny Hashmi’s "Jedi Council" is assisting the development of new technology at the agency, then explaining how to use it.
The Navy’s Next Generation Enterprise Network is slated for full operation throughout the service on Oct. 1.
IT undergrounds can create problems, but managers should leverage such networks to find and address gaps in their systems.
Firm confirms that key contract will expire Sept. 30.
A new study from the Partnership for Public Service urges government to engage with tech giants and revisit old laws in an effort to improve customer service.