As the new CIO at the Department of Health and Human Services, Beth Killoran will lead agencywide work on cybersecurity and privacy protection.
Without a restoration of the hiring authority that brought him in, the long-serving CTO departed the IRS at the end of June.
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Hacks, tight budgets and oversight are driving a governmentwide push to shared services.
Matt Cutts, Google's longtime search quality guru, is taking a leave of absence to join the Defense Department's digital SWAT team.
After 16 months without a Senate-confirmed leader, the CIA has a nominee to head its Office of Inspector General.
The Merit Systems Protection Board is reassigning its long-serving CIO in the wake of a systems outage that continues to ripple through the agency.
GSA's Mary Davie steps in to manage IT category
Todd McCall has been tapped assistant director for the FBI's key investigative technology division.
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.