Industry experts push for more funding for federal cybersecurity and urge agencies to follow the private sector's lead in this area.
Years-old GAO actions remain unclosed, as the Census Bureau girds itself for 2020.
Despite strong remediation efforts, security risks remain in DHS information systems, according to a new report from the agency's inspector general.
Lawmakers see signs of maturity in the Transportation Security Administration's acquisition process, but challenges remain.
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) has particular concerns about the management of IT at the Department of Homeland Security.
In a long-promised report, the Federal Trade Commission indicates that it will use its existing regulatory playbook to target firms that use big data to discriminate against consumers.
Steve Kelman suggests that managers need to start with their own overloads.
A biennial budget bill is being pushed in Congress, but many lawmakers and industry experts are skeptical of a two-year cycle for appropriations.
Lawmakers are seeking an overhaul of IT security management at the Small Business Administration, in the wake of a critical Government Accountability Office report.
Key lawmakers are seeking information from the space agency about its use of legacy IT with the goal of improving and modernizing its systems.
Angela Bailey has been at the center of an organization under intense pressure to improve its cyber defense following the large-scale hack affecting millions of federal employees that OPM revealed last June.
The directive is the latest move in an ongoing effort by CIO Terry Halvorsen to standardize how all defense agencies measure their IT performance.
The armed invasion of a remote Fish and Wildlife Service building in eastern Oregon's high desert may not be a disaster for the agency's IT operations, but it could point to a gap in IT contingency planning, CIOs say.
Steve Kelman cites new research that offers yet another reason for managers to encourage a spirit of generosity.
The Department of Defense doesn't know whether it is getting cost savings from cloud computing, and may be inviting security risks in the process, according to the Pentagon's inspector general.
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