Top-ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee are asking about the status of an automated system to check on the tax debt of security clearance applicants.
The government lacks the workforce to handle the exponential growth of information and information assets.
The MEGABYTE Act enshrines key Obama administration IT initiatives into law and promises to save at least $2 billion a year on software spending -- assuming implementation goes according to plan.
Ray Letteer, chief of the Marine Corps' Cybersecurity Division, advocates faster adoption of the government's Risk Management Framework.
President Obama's Facebook, Twitter and Instagram posts will follow the exiting leader out of the Oval Office, leaving a blank slate for his successor.
The first graduates of FedRAMP's fast-track approval process will be emerging in the next few weeks.
FITARA has raised the bar for what's expected of agency CIOs, and efforts are underway to make sure the government hires accordingly.
Most agencies have the data and domain knowledge needed to drive innovation. Now they need a culture that attracts and nurtures the necessary talent.
The benefits can be dramatic, but picking a solution is more complicated than just comparing features.
The Army needs to make better use of its virtual training tools to prepare soldiers for real-world situations, according to a Government Accountability Office report.
Developing more efficient and imaginative ways to craft agile IT contracts is about practical thinking, not contract type, says one expert.
A pair of senators asked U.S. airline companies for details on problems with their IT systems.