Does the DHS CIO have enough budget authority? The agency and an auditor disagree.
Customs and Border Protection collects millions of pieces of information on travelers each year, but has only a part-time privacy officer.
The Homeland Security Department has identified 13 core missions offering opportunities for integration across agencies, according to CIO Richard Spires.
The Border Patrol describes a "whole-of-government" approach, reduces need for fences and agents.
The Homeland Security Department escaped major spending cuts under a budget package presented by the GOP-run House Appropriations Committee.
Despite popular belief, public perception of the government workforce and pervasive anti-government rhetoric hasn't put a damper on young people's desire to become public servants.
The Border Patrol, following the failure of SBINet, reduces its reliance on technology in new strategy.
The Homeland Security Department is trying out a virtual desktop strategy, and if it successful it could form the basis for mobility as well.
Here are some of the pros and cons of native vs. Web-based apps.
The Defense Department is set to broaden a pilot program from 37 participants to 200, according to the DOD CIO.
Moving from commodity IT to service-based cloud models encompasses much more than e-mail, DHS CIO says.
Agency CIOs acknowledge cloud fears, but look to FedRAMP to alleviate some of the concerns. However, FedRAMP poses some difficulties of its own.