"We have architectures and hardware and software in places that is indefensible, no matter how much money and talent we put on it," says White House cyber advisor Michael Daniel.
A retired general tells federal CIOs they need to stop wasteful spending before it gets started, and says they could have a powerful ally in their agency CFO.
The new nuclear forensics system was tested earlier this summer after a two-year research and development effort.
Here's a list of almost two dozen IT certifications that are in high demand in both government and the private sector.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
HP’s new security tool leapfrogs the Homeland Security Department’s malware detection techniques by diving straight into the lifeblood of the Internet: DNS traffic.
Boosting automated capabilities would make more IT personnel available for other critical jobs, says CIO Terry Halvorsen.
Congress is revisiting a 29-year old law that has been swamped by changes in technology.
Civilian agencies have been publicly scouring the OPM breach for lessons, but military cyber leaders are also getting in on the act.
FCC CIO David Bray compared his agency's move to the commercial cloud as akin to Apollo 13 – "everything was cool – at first."
A March GAO report called out five key weaknesses in Library IT, and Bernard A. Barton Jr. hopes to address all of them.
GAO says 24 federal agencies saved $3.6 billion between fiscal 2011 and fiscal 2014, and need to keep better track of how they reinvest those savings.