Finding a balance between studying a problem to death and taking swift action can be tricky, but there are signs that federal managers are trying to address the challenge.
In a weekend policy speech, the Republican presidential nominee announced plans to trim the federal workforce by attrition.
Members of the federal inspector general community were honored for their tech oversight achievements at the 19th annual CIGIE awards.
Bureau officials said the decision to cancel the upcoming tests is not ideal, but it is "the best overall operation remaining amid current uncertainty" about fiscal 2017 funding.
A senior adviser to presidential candidate Donald Trump wants to make it easier for the former reality TV star to use his famous catchphrase if he's elected.
The Interior Department's inspector general said the agency's cybersecurity efforts need more work.
The IRS acquired and never deployed a $12 million email system designed to help comply with pending records management requirements.
One of the champions of IT reform in Congress said that the November election could significantly shuffle membership on committees with responsibility for cybersecurity.
A critical inspector general report found that the FAA's air traffic systems aren't properly linked to Department of Transportation's CIO for cyber oversight purposes.
Steve Kelman recommends an executive coach's advice for "creating productive relationships, even with individuals you find distasteful."
A follow-up report on the leak of Rep. Jason Chaffetz's old job application data at the Secret Service finds nagging holes in the agency's management of personal data and IT.
Planning for modernizing systems can be tricky because adopting technologies requires more than just tech savvy, according to a new ACT-IAC modernization guide.
CIOs are transitioning from a tactical, infrastructure focus to a more agile, application-centric mindset.
U.S. CIO Tony Scott said a proposed IT modernization fund, still before Congress, is changing the way agencies think about upgrading legacy technology.
Key lawmakers want to make sure the Census Bureau is leaving enough time to acquire and test critical IT systems to support the 2020 population count.
Save the date for 28th annual Federal 100 Awards Gala.
March 30, 2017
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