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.
Newly appointed OPM CIO David De Vries has already started the search for a deputy.
Senior Executive Service members and other senior feds could see larger performance bonuses, thanks to a shift in personnel policy.
In separate assessments, inspectors general found deficiencies in the way the departments of Transportation and Labor secure computer systems that contain personally identifiable information.
The Defense Department's inspector general says DOD is largely meeting the requirements of the Cybersecurity Act, though some issues remain.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation said the White House's open-source policy is inadequate for transparency and oversight purposes.
A new Census Bureau report charts changes in IT jobs over the past 44 years as computers and the internet fueled a flowering of IT occupations.
A new report offers a range of suggestions for encouraging and sustaining innovation in government.
Congress is trying to get its house in order when it comes to cybersecurity, after non-public info on lawmakers was leaked.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency will use Unisys to move to the cloud under a new contract.
As the government's need for skilled IT specialists grows, Las Vegas information security conferences have become a nontraditional recruiting ground for federal employers.