News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Under current law, agencies have no incentives to make more efficient use of their spectrum, curtail operations or share with other agencies.
The Navy's Innovation Cell is designed to speed up a lumbering acquisition system by getting vendors involved earlier in the process.
Steve Kelman's concern is not what you might think.
At the Commerce Department, Mike Kruger is mapping out a plan.
Amazon says the FAA's approach to regulating unmanned aerial systems is outdated.
Trained pilot Tony Scott says he wants to "land the planes that we've launched."
The comment period on the proposed EHR rule ends May 29.
GSA's CIO talks advice for new hires, key cloud takeaways and areas still in need of improvement.
Steve Kelman applauds the attempt to gather real feedback on the acquisition process, but notes that surveys alone are not enough.
The pending move by DoD to a system based on a commercial health record system won't alter the data sharing relationship with VA, says the acting CIO.
NGA CIO and director of IT services Douglas McGovern say his new office will help the agency deliver better intelligence to government customers.
Technology and business teams must come together to address the risks to systems and software that increasingly reside in cloud-based environments.
When the boss wants to use her personal email to conduct government business, what is a records officer to do?
Laverne Horton Council will take over for Steph Warren, who has held the top IT job at VA on an acting basis for two years.
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