Greg Touhill, a retired Air Force general and a leading cybersecurity executive at DHS, has been named the first U.S. CISO. Grant Schneider will serve as acting deputy CISO.
FCW honors 30 early-career leaders in federal IT.
A new report from ITIF shows that Hillary Clinton has articulated more detailed policy positions on cybersecurity and innovation than has Republican rival Donald Trump.
Will Hurd enjoys a high profile on IT issues as a freshman congressman, but he needs to win a tough election if he wants to keep rising on Capitol Hill.
David De Vries will take over IT at the Office of Personnel Management, as the human resources agency prepares to stand up a new background check bureau.
The longtime federal IT leader also played key roles at DHS, GSA and other agencies.
The search is on for a commissioner for the recently established Technology Transformation Service at the General Services Administration.
As the new CIO at the Department of Health and Human Services, Beth Killoran will lead agencywide work on cybersecurity and privacy protection.
Without a restoration of the hiring authority that brought him in, the long-serving CTO departed the IRS at the end of June.
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Hacks, tight budgets and oversight are driving a governmentwide push to shared services.
The Merit Systems Protection Board is reassigning its long-serving CIO in the wake of a systems outage that continues to ripple through the agency.