The FedRAMP program that took effect in 2012 and a FISMA reform being considered by Congress are combining to raise agency concerns over compliance.
The use of big data and analytics helped the federal government reduce the rate of improper payments last year, but officials think more can be done to stem the more than $100 billion wrongly paid annually.
In the manner of Confucius, agencies should admit what they don't know and consider having technology experts review acquisitions.
Rules regarding the conduct of government business via e-mail don't always consider unofficial accounts. Questions surrounding the nominee for Labor secretary highlight the problems for agencies.
The government is beginning to tackle the need for cybersecurity professionals through training and education efforts aimed at all levels.
The Florida Republican is likely to be the next chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
A House panel will hold a hearing away from Capitol Hill to gauge the progress of the FDCCI.
FITARA takes a good step toward giving CIOs more authority, but the legislation needs to go further.
Despite sequestration pressures, the Pentagon is still working to extend mobile beyond the Blackberry.
If you're forced to take unpaid leave, might as well enjoy a discounted round of golf.
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