Water resources are being stretched thin in drought-riddled parts of the U.S., but the government doesn't have the data it needs to monitor consumption and plan for the future.
The government's digital teams have provided desperately needed skills, but government is an "at-scale" enterprise that cannot afford to wait for a small cadre of specialists to make its way around to everyone.
GSA wants an expert executive to help it with cloud and other transformational IT infrastructure efforts.
VA's homegrown electronic health record system is at an inflection point -- one that encapsulates the state of the agency's entire technology operation.
Although the U.S. is in the top tier for educating new cybersecurity workers, the small talent pool is still a significant challenge for industry and government, according to a new survey.
The long-awaited update to Circular A-130 addresses a range of cybersecurity issues, including insider threats and feds' use of personal email accounts at work.
A new approach called micro-segmentation is easy to deploy, requires fewer security resources and could be the key to streamlining risk management.
Successful power users are technically curious, skilled at communication and highly organized. And they are essential to the government's data revolution.
A new presidential policy directive clarifies the responsibilities of federal law enforcement, security and intelligence agencies in responding to significant cyber incidents.
User stories and continuous delivery are vital but count for little if fundamental needs are not being met.
CTO Michael Hermus says the cloud "represents endless opportunity" for DHS and other federal agencies because it shifts the focus from infrastructure to mission-oriented services.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter cut the ribbon on an east coast version of the Pentagon's Silicon Valley innovation unit.