CIO tells colleagues he expects a successor to be named quickly, sets no firm departure date.
Seven of FCW's Fed 100 winners came from the Navy, including Navy Cyberspace/IT Person of the year Randall Cieslak.
Rear Adm. Jan Tighe will move into the top spot from her current post as deputy commander.
Beyond the overall review, DDM Beth Cobert says there is more to come on the administration's look at IT procurement and program management.
One of the cities that has refused to help with background checks for federal employees and contractors is Washington, D.C.
Susan Lawrence will help lead the contracting giant’s Defense Market Group.
As chancellor of NDU's iCollege, Childs brought a new level of IT training to the Defense Department and other agencies.
Deputy Undersecretary Chris Cummiskey will serve as acting undersecretary for management beginning Feb.10.
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Longtime Pentagon Comptroller Bob Hale is among those heading out the door, to be replaced by Mike McCord, now the principal deputy undersecretary of Defense.
Undersecretary for management's departure will shift responsibility for Homeland Security's $19 billion annual procurement budget.
A reader takes issue with the notion that terminated government employees need to be ushered out the door quickly.
As expected, Michael Rogers will succeed Keith Alexander.
Her farewell blog post recaps accomplishments and handicaps future tech. Plus, the GSA Training and Expo has been canceled for the second year.
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