CIA open source leader John Sherman has been tapped to serve as CIO of the intelligence community.
FCC CIO pivots from plans to join National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
Rick Driggers is moving to the deputy slot at the Office of Cybersecurity and Communications at DHS.
Jonathan Alboum, the Department of Agriculture CIO, has been reassigned to new duties.
Navy Department CIO Robert Foster is leaving his current job to become deputy CIO at the National Credit Union Administration.
The recently appointed deputy CIO, who was previously CIO of the Transportation Security Administration, will step in following Staropoli's resignation.
Recently installed DHS CIO Richard Staropoli has resigned his position at the agency.
Former OPM official says prospect of being confirmed "has grown remote."
Elaine Duke steps into the top job at DHS, as outgoing chief John Kelly moves to the White House as Trump's chief of staff.
Just because Walter Shaub resigned from his post as chief of the Office of Government Ethics doesn’t mean he’s done pushing for a stronger ethics program.
We're looking for women and men who are having an outsized impact on federal IT -- and who show clear signs of being leaders in the community in the years to come.
Two top managers from GSA's Federal Acquisition Service have launched their own consultancy after settling with the agency over a whistleblowing complaint.
Personnel changes at the agency continue with the naming of a new team to manage the popular multiple-award contract for professional services.
Sonny Bhagowalia is moving to a new position at Treasury in the Bureau of the Fiscal Service.
Neil Alan Chilson, a key advisor for the Federal Trade Commission on technology, privacy and data security matters, has been named to the post on an acting basis.
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