Navy CIO moves to accelerate the shut down of duplicative IT systems, networks, and applications in a recent memo, saying: "this situation is unacceptable and must not continue."
Governments should not aim for "a return to the technology status quo before the pandemic," according to a new white paper by Microsoft and the Partnership for Public Service.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is looking at "gray networks" and expanding its cloud-based internet isolation browser solution to email.
President Trump signed a bipartisan bill that codifies the Centers of Excellence program as way to seed and launch IT and business process modernization efforts at federal agencies.
As previous IT investments proved their worth in 2020, the pandemic is prompting agencies to accelerate their modernization efforts
We have now advanced past that initial disruption brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, and agencies and organizations should ask themselves: how can we make our supply chains better for the long term, and how do we continue to improve work-from-home security?
President-elect Joe Biden’s national security team is taking shape. FCW talked with experts to understand exactly what’s at stake for the Defense Department’s modernization efforts over the next four years.
More than two weeks after Joe Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election by the Associated Press, the General Services Administration is releasing $7.3 million in transition funding and making other resources available to the president-elect's team.
The former USCIS director and DHS deputy secretary Alejandro Mayorkas will lead the Department of Homeland Security.
With surges in unemployment insurance applications straining legacy IT systems at the state level, digital services specialists say that the federal government should take a more central role in fielding tech infrastructure.
The Defense Department boasts cost savings as it chases a clean audit. But using the $1 billion audit to find savings could be short-sighted.