A close look at programs in jeopardy
A two-part study examines the benefits 200 federal IT managers attribute to using modular development methods over the traditional waterfall approach in IT projects.
Sources say draft is a a 'solid gauge' of what the final framework is likely to look like.
A hacker has pleaded guilty to charges he had hacked into supercomputers owned by the Department of Energy and planned to sell access to them for tens of thousands of dollars.
Five agencies set to provide qualifying information for Affordable Care Act's Data Services Hub.
OPM asks agencies to show flexibility, avoid "unproductive time" on Aug. 28.
Business process management, a concept with roots that plunge more than 20 years into the past, is finding new roles in helping agencies through tough budget times.
Legislation before Congress could provide vital support for agencies that are struggling to save money while serving the public.
A program designed to fast-track network capabilities for troops is too often letting inferior technologies advance, GAO finds.
A plan to connect databases containing information on legal foreign visitors is the first step in what could turn into comprehensive records overhaul.
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