Can centralized, standardized looks at agencywide data uncover challenges and opportunities that have always been lurking?
As agencies work to comply with new IT acquisition law, federal CIO Tony Scott says the big question marks are about management, not technical IT issues.
The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education wants to get everyone speaking the same language on cybersecurity education and jobs.
GSA Advantage Select, a quick way for agencies to order commodity hardware, is up and running, officials say.
The Pentagon is increasingly courting start-up firms in Silicon Valley, but Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain is not seeing much enthusiasm in return.
The Office of Personnel Management, an agency beleaguered by cyber intrusions and challenged by legacy IT systems, is struggling to come up with the money it needs for crucial IT modernization projects worth at least $117 million, according to agency documents obtained by FCW.
Lawmakers may need to pursue comprehensive surveillance reform to keep the EU participating in the data flow pacts that have become crucial to the economy.
The government is getting serious about violations of protected airspace by privately owned drones, and is planning new rules to back the effort.
In a sequel to its spring hackathon, GSA awarded thousands in prizes to outside techies, and looked to bring some participants on board full time.
The wait is over: After years of preparation, the government's $50 billion telecom RFP has hit the street.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The White House is pushing a plan to restrict the buying of office computers to a few key contracts to keep prices down.