Twenty-six states have enacted legislation that indicates their intentions regarding compliance with Real ID.
In the face of shifting deadlines and requirements, states are struggling to comply with the Real ID Act for making driver's licenses more secure.
Provisions of the Real ID Act have been a moving target.
The chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee said states need guidance on how to oversee stimulus law spending.
Desktop virtualization aims to lower the costs and increase the security of desktop computers, but agencies must determine which approach — or combination of methods — best suits their needs.
The state CIO organization will work with federal agencies to promote the development of data standards for state governments.
The huge outsourcing contract is missing its deadlines to transform Virginia's information technology infrastructure.
Legislation that proponents say could revitalize the moribund Real ID program would do so by removing expensive and controversial information technology requirements from current law. However, critics said the new bill would not really solve the problems they see with the program.
Some of the $1.8 billion in DHS grants will go to state and local governments' technology projects.
Federal sites, on average, scored lower than those of state governments and industry on a 100-point scale devised by a Brookings Institution researcher.
The government is exploring policy and technology solutions to improve the way it shares sensitive but unclassified terrorism-related information with state, local and industry officials.
The CIO of the Virginia Information Technologies Agency has been removed from his post in an apparent dispute with the newly installed Virginia Secretary of Technology.