The White House is pushing a plan to restrict the buying of office computers to a few key contracts to keep prices down.
Arizona Republican John McCain blasted an Air Force program to acquire a next generation operating control system that is central to the service’s GPS modernization plans.
Some 100 days into her tenure, Department of Veterans Affairs CIO LaVerne Council is reshaping one of the government's biggest civilian side IT shops.
There are important lessons for federal IT managers in recent fiction and nonfiction books alike.
There's a playbook for what to do when a big data breach hits, says an OPM official who learned it all the hard way.
Being an effective CIO means mastering multiple disciplines. Four CIOs new to their posts explain the demands of the role, and how new rules strengthen the CIO's hand in federal organizations.
As applications spike, the team behind the agency's volunteer onboarding technology is forging ahead into hybrid cloud and social engagement.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The Army continues to experiment with equipping its land forces with cyber capabilities, a recognition that future combat operations could increasingly have a cyber dimension.
Most IT organizations understand the importance of protecting data but have a blind spot regarding the security of the IT systems themselves.
LaVerne Council is preparing to reveal a new cybersecurity strategy and an overall direction for IT operations at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
18F is experimenting with a fast-paced reverse-auction acquisition model that could, potentially, enable agile projects to get code delivered and paid for in a week.