Agencies have until the end of 2016 to manage email records in electronic format, and early reports suggest that success may be possible.
A code error led to the IRS paying out tens of millions in suspect tax refunds that it meant to peg for further examination.
The coming year is full of critical milestones as the Census Bureau prepares for 2020, but fundamental strategy questions remain unanswered.
Government's success is enabled by using contracting practices that reward rather than discourage new ideas and approaches.
Here are three steps for moving from static spreadsheets to truly dynamic tools that support decision-making and mission analysis.
18F developed a Slack bot named Dolores Landingham that's helping to ease the transition for new employees.
Navy officials did not properly tap the National Crime Information Center when screening certain contractors, the IG concluded in a November report that was released in full on Dec. 18.
After an abysmal performance on the FITARA scorecard, some CIOs are owning their terrible grades and focusing on how to make improvements.
A new study details the obstacles to CIO-enable innovation in government -- and spotlights ways to overcome them.
Department of Transportation CIO Richard McKinney is using his FITARA hammer to halt purchasing until he gets spending plans that show him what the heck is going on.
By deploying social tools without the proper attribution and linking to outside web pages with political calls to action, the EPA stands accused of violating rules against "covert propaganda" and lobbying.
Landmark cybersecurity legislation was included in the omnibus spending bill to fund the government through fiscal year 2016, but some privacy advocates are still determined to oppose the measure.