Managing a workforce that oversees 7,000 contracts and $3.5 billion in federal spending, Mary Davie sits in the catbird seat of the government's vast IT acquisition operation.
Dan Chenok, the IBM Center for the Business of Government's executive director, seems to have a hand in virtually every discussion devoted to making government run better.
For a legend of the federal IT community, decades of mentoring might be his most enduring legacy.
Drisko, a career intelligence official and former director of science and technology at DIA, will assume the role in August.
Vince Groh, deputy CIO with the Peace Corps, will take the IT reins at MCC.
The Defense Department has released 1,336 pages of messages and attachments associated with Secretary Ash Carter's personal email account, some of which shed light on his management style and private-sector outreach.
Later this year the Army will be deploying Wi-Fi capability to its soldiers. Meet the man who made it happen.
What current and former CIOs wish they'd known before they jumped into an agency job.
Acting Office of Personnel Management director says the transition team "is a key milestone in what will be a long, inter-agency process."
Deputy CIOs at DHS and OMB detailed to temporary positions, as part of a move to fill an IT leadership gap at the Office of Personnel Management.
A House panel is probing 29 DHS senior officials, including Secretary Jeh Johnson, for allegedly violating a department-wide ban on personal email access at work.
Doug Wolfe, credited with executing on the CIA's move to the cloud, takes another senior role at the agency. John Edwards is his replacement as CIO.
Federal CIO Tony Scott favors strong encryption, but sees a place for "narrow exceptions" for law enforcement.
LaVerne H. Council, the top tech official at the Department of Veterans Affairs, explains how the Office of Information and Technology is modernizing culture, processes and capabilities to create a a world-class, customer-focused and veteran-centered service organization.
The White House had said Obama would not weigh in on the Apple case, but he spoke at length on the issue of encryption in the first visit by a sitting president to the South by Southwest festival.
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