President Obama's Facebook, Twitter and Instagram posts will follow the exiting leader out of the Oval Office, leaving a blank slate for his successor.
The government's new vision for electronic health record interoperability is more interactive and transparent than previous iterations.
ITMF, Move IT legacy system renewal efforts aren’t mutually exclusive, said federal CIO.
Automating routine citizen services will allow federal employees to focus on more creative and fulfilling tasks.
The Air Force announced it is accelerating its Windows 10 upgrade, with an eye to finishing within two years.
Despite some alarmist headlines about the transfer of a key internet architecture function, the fact remains that the U.S. cannot relinquish control that it does not have.
A coalition of civil liberties groups has objected to a proposed policy to collect social media information from foreign travelers.
In an unusual move, NASA has let an IT system authority to operate lapse as a means of calling attention to a problematic contract.
The General Services Administration wants to sharpen its understanding of how agencies plan to use shared services.
The first graduates of FedRAMP's fast-track approval process will be emerging in the next few weeks.
The Army said it has an urgent requirement for new software to upgrade its workhorse AN/TPQ-53 mobile radar so it can track threats from unmanned aerial systems.
Steve Kelman wants you to vote for the People's Choice Awards from the Partnership for Public Service.