The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT is pushing for a road map "specific enough that people will know what they're supposed to do when."
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The VA hopes to have a quick patch for scheduling software in place as it pursues a new system.
Citizenship and Immigration Service’s Office of Information Technology has a chief of staff candidate in the hiring pipeline and expects to fill two other key spots by October.
Jacob Lew says cyber defense "will be a central test for all of us going forward."
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Ralph Shrader has been with the management and technology firm for four decades; his successor will step in on Jan. 1.
Shannon Taylor joined the Information Technology Industry Council from the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
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Executives in charge of government-wide acquisition contracts discuss how they're adapting to agencies' changing needs.
Undersecretary Frank Kendall sees cultural change taking root among the Pentagon's 150,000-strong acquisition workforce.
Despite lower than normal turnout, Pentagon Tech Day offers industry pulse.
FCW's editor explains how to make sure your voice is heard.
You have until July 15 to ensure that up-and-comers get the recognition they deserve.
Transportation Department CIO Richard McKinney says striking a balance between centralized and decentralized IT is one of his greatest challenges.
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