Before ducking out for spring recess, the Senate confirmed Maj. Gen. Stephen Fogarty to head Army Cyber Command.
In order for CIOs to handle their increasingly important, complex and ranging roles, federal CIO Suzette Kent wants to see greater authorities for and communication between agency tech offices.
Agriculture secretary is one of nearly 100 government and industry leaders recognized as "Champions of Change."
Two advocacy groups are suing the Trump administration over its selection of defense official Robert Wilkie as the acting head of the Department of Veterans Affairs.
With White House physician Adm. Ronny Jackson's withdrawal, VA watchers are wondering what's next for the agency and its planned $16 billion health IT modernization project.
President Donald Trump has nominated Air Force Lt. Gen. Bradford Shwedo to be the next Joint Staff CIO.
Former Treasury CIO Sonny Bhagowalia is now the top tech official at Customs and Border Protection.
The Technology Modernization fund gets a leader, and a contracting executive is moved off GSA's $50 billion telecom contract.
After less than a year in the top tech job at the Department of Veterans Affairs, Scott Blackburn is resigning effective immediately.
Paul Abbate, who ran the bureau’s cybercrime division, will ascend to the No. 3 spot in the bureau’s leadership.
In yet another shake-up of the Trump administration's national security team, Tom Bossert resigned from office one day after John Bolton started as National Security Adviser.
Preston Werntz, who helped establish the Automated Indicator Sharing program at DHS, has been hired as the chief data officer for the Office of Cybersecurity and Communications.
Former JP Morgan CIO Dana Deasy will take over Defense Department IT in early May.
Leidos CEO Roger Krone is looking outside the Washington metro area for engineering and software hires.
The founding leader of the Pentagon's digital service team and a key leader of the Cloud Executive Steering Group is sticking around for a third year.
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It has long been assumed that empowering employees can boost an organization's performance, Steve Kelman notes, but new research finally delivers the data to prove it.
The latest rankings find agencies' scores flat -- and still far behind commercial averages.
Agencies must rethink their security as both the logical and physical attack surfaces expand.
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