The public's opinion on Edward Snowden may be split, but security-cleared defense professionals are more united.
David Wennergren, finishing 32 years of government service in his last role as the Defense Department's assistant deputy chief management officer, spoke with FCW about lessons he learned while driving major projects.
Federal IT shops are still struggling to implement broad mobility, security and cloud services and solutions – and that's all after overcoming the multiple challenges of acquiring those kinds of technologies.
The Defense Department's outgoing assistant deputy chief management officer spoke with FCW about the many different types of agency CIO.
Security firm's CTO will take over for Bruce McConnell as undersecretary of cybersecurity, according to sources.
Lori Garver has a private-sector career planned.
As he wrapped up 32 years of government service, the Defense Department's assistant deputy chief management officer spoke with FCW about leadership and the importance of understanding people.
The Obama administration's signal that the federal government would continue to offer contributions to the health care premiums of congressional staffers appears to clear the way for Sen. Tom Coburn to lift a hold on the OPM nominee.
Stock-car racing and space exploration may seem to have little in common, but they hold a common key to cybersecurity success.
Davita Vance-Cooks becomes the first African-American and the first woman to hold the position of Public Printer, taking over the printing office's advance into a digital future.
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