Only the first 100 applicants will get a shot at the CIO job opening up at the Transportation Department's Office of Inspector General.
Transportation Department veteran Jason Gray quietly took the tech reins at Education late last month.
Former ASI Government CEO and Federal 100 winner will focus on bringing "organizations and their missions into the digital space."
The Census Bureau has picked Patent Office veteran Kevin Smith to keep its tech shop running.
Seeing an increased focus on privacy throughout government, the Merit Systems Protection Board wants to beef up its privacy leadership with a new dual-role hire.
Christopher Hetner is moving into a senior advisory role to SEC Chair Mary Jo White.
Brian Burns will be leaving the Department of Veterans Affairs on June 10 for a different federal agency.
Sean Casey will be taking over as chief of policy, budget, and communication under the federal CIO from Jamie Berryhill, who is moving to a new post.
The VA CIO sat down with FCW to discuss her agency’s reform efforts, new initiatives and relationship with Congress.
Brig. Gen. Patricia Frost, former deputy director of Army Cyber Command, will lead the new directorate. The Army hopes to ramp up the directorate quickly, reaching full operational capability this summer.
Congress has "fundamentally surrendered" the public's expectations of privacy in their legislative approach to cybersecurity, according to a prominent U.S. senator.
The FCC is seeking someone to wrangle its diverse datasets and chart a course for future innovation.
Raj Shah, an entrepreneur and formerly senior director of strategy at Palo Alto Networks, is replacing George Duchak as the leader of the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental.
After two departures, the Education Department’s CIO office is looking for a new deputy.
Cloud document platform provider SeamlessDocs has named the former GSA administrator to lead its Washington operations.