The current acting undersecretary brings both federal and private sector cybersecurity expertise to a position that is becoming increasingly important to the DHS mission.
The White House has nominated William Evanina to continue his service as director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center.
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After a short stint holding the House Oversight and Government Reform gavel, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) announced plans to leave Congress.
Ernst & Young's Suzette Kent is the administration's choice to serve as CIO and lead the Office of E-Government at OMB.
The longtime federal business leader for IBM will succeed retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal.
A Democratic supporter of the continuing resolution currently funding the government says that there's too much to do and not enough time to do it before the measure expires.
The White House announced the promotion of the Defense Department's current deputy chief management officer, John Gibson to the new role of CMO.
While commercial providers have responsibilities, one senior officer said, defense agencies are ultimately responsible for protecting data in the cloud.
The former chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee and the lead sponsor of the IT procurement bill FITARA is calling it quits.
If confirmed by the full Senate, Margaret Weichert will have a hand in several major technology and workforce issues, including IT modernization, supervising the federal CIO and serving as the point person for federal agency reorganization.
Pentagon acquisition chief Ellen Lord has been replaced as the chair of the group overseeing the massive cloud initiative known as the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure.
The Trump administration announced picks for assistant secretary of defense for acquisition and acquisition head at the Air Force.
A longtime State Department tech official is leading the agency's Information Resource Management Bureau.
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