With billions of devices set to jump onto the internet in the coming years, NTIA is seeking information on addresses, obstacles and costs for adopting IPv6.
As they transition to quicker, more efficient DevOps-based IT environments, agencies have to be bold, federal experts say.
Newly appointed OPM CIO David De Vries has already started the search for a deputy.
The U.S. Agency for International Development’s crowdsourcing efforts to fight the Zika virus have produced some cutting-edge solutions from global innovators.
In separate assessments, inspectors general found deficiencies in the way the departments of Transportation and Labor secure computer systems that contain personally identifiable information.
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.
Senior Executive Service members and other senior feds could see larger performance bonuses, thanks to a shift in personnel policy.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation said the White House's open-source policy is inadequate for transparency and oversight purposes.
The Defense Department's inspector general says DOD is largely meeting the requirements of the Cybersecurity Act, though some issues remain.
After a years-long transition, the U.S. will finally transfer control of the IANA function -- the "address book of the internet" -- to a global, multistakeholder organization.
The General Services Administration is looking to ease the pain of agencies' mandated shift from Networx contracts to the next-generation EIS vehicle.
A new report offers a range of suggestions for encouraging and sustaining innovation in government.