Army CIO plans to release new enterprise digital strategy and rein in $2 billion of bloated IT spending.
With Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.) as the new chair of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Democrats will set the tone on defense policy and budgets.
If passed, the bill would give feds a raise of an average 3.2%.
A Jan. 19 executive order from Donald Trump in the waning hours of his presidency aims to force cloud providers to keep more complete records about their customers to support U.S. investigations of hacks and other computer crimes.
Telework made the idea of bringing your own device a top priority as the Defense Information Systems Agency begins transitioning to a permanent version of the commercial virtual remote environment.
The incoming Biden-Harris administration announced a $1.9 trillion "rescue" package to help Americans whose incomes have taken a hit from the pandemic, which includes a major uptick in technology spending to secure government systems and spur modernization.
The bill is the latest of several legislative attempts to block an executive order that could remake parts of the civil service into at-will employees.
The Defense Department's top buyer, Ellen Lord, said the incoming Biden administration will have to contend with adversarial investments and cybersecurity weaknesses in the contractor base.
The departing chief of the Federal Acquisition Service, Julie Dunne, talks to FCW about recent initiatives.
The Defense Department's cloud office will have a new home at the Defense Information Systems Agency later this month.
An executive order looks to block popular Chinese payment apps and other software from being used on U.S. devices.
As COVID-19 exposed vulnerabilities in state and local government IT systems, the newly formed U.S. Digital Response stepped in to help.