GSA's Davie to lead technology council

Davie will serve as executive president of the American Council for Technology's new Executive Committee.

Deputy CTO promotes innovation paths that can be replicated

U.S. Deputy CTO Chris Vein joined the White House in March to advance agencies using innovative technologies and processes.

New website will track federal agencies' performance

A senior administration official told Senators at a hearing May 10 that the government will launch an early version of a new website,, in the next few weeks to publicly track the performance of federal agency programs.

VA CIO describes cloud, Blue Button and EHR programs

A Veterans Affairs Department official outlined some of the department's major IT programs at an industry event.

What CIOs are most worried about

TechAmerica and Grant Thornton culled information from 46 CIOs at 35 federal departments, agencies, programs and congressional oversight groups.

Army enterprise e-mail move proceeds apace, DISA says

The enterprise e-mail initiative that the Army is implementing through DISA is moving forward with costs contained, despite some struggles along the way, DOD officials say.

OMB sets deadline for telework IT policies

The Office of Management and Budget is giving agencies 90 days to develop or update policies on buying IT to enable and promote the federal government’s adoption of telework.

IT reform effort expected to meet most deadlines

The Obama administration is reporting significant advances in implementing its 25-point IT reform plan released last December, but changes that require congressional consent appear to be lagging.

The Fed 100

Nominations for the 2016 Federal 100 Awards are now being accepted. 

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