To educate patients about their rights over medical data, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT unveiled a series of educational videos and a Patient Engagement Playbook.
Brian Burns will be leaving the Department of Veterans Affairs on June 10 for a different federal agency.
Three years since taking ownership of its computer network, the Marine Corps is still playing catch up in training its acquisition personnel.
FCC is finalizing a cloud-based comment system that can better handle sudden input surges and make data more readily available.
A Homeland Security Advisory Council report advocating closer coordination across infrastructure segments could boost the prospects for a reorganization of DHS' cybersecurity unit.
New guidance from top IT and acquisition leadership is pushing the government to stop double-spending and overspending on software.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is asking for information on the staffing and budget levels at the two agencies' Silicon Valley offices.
The huge DHMSM electronic health records push could be in danger of delays, according to an inspector general report that looks at cybersecurity, training and legacy system interoperability.
Health organizations are incorporating IT plans into strategies to combat the Zika virus, to promote information sharing and track the spread of infections.
Lawmakers are pushing the Army to adopt more commercial products for its intelligence-sharing platform. Can DCGS-A shake its reputation of being beholden to an unwieldy acquisition system that favors incumbent contractors?
The agency at the center of last summer's breach is officially looking for a new CIO.
The National Coordinator for Health IT emphasized three interdependent "drivers of success" for increased interoperability: a culture change around access to information, a business case for interoperability and the need for common standards.