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The General Services Administration hired an experienced IT official from the Department of Education to fill its vacant telecom services director position.
Federal CIO Suzette Kent is set to issue a draft of a new Trusted Internet Connection policy, to try to eliminate bottlenecks in online access and improve cybersecurity.
The federal government generally looks like a less enjoyable place to work than it did a year ago, and a dearth of effective leadership gets most of the blame.
An Oval Office photo op devolved into public squabble as President Donald Trump and top Democrats argued on camera about a possible government shutdown.
Senator Mark Warner (D-Va.) called for a new "whole of society" cyber doctrine designed to combat modern threats from hackers and disinformation campaigns.
Anil Cheriyan, a tech executive with CIO experience at a major financial institution, will lead the GSA's tech innovation shop beginning next year.
IT subcommittee chairman Will Hurd has apparently held on to his seat in Congress in yet another photo finish in the sprawling and politically divided 23rd Texas congressional district.
Lesley Field, the government's top acquisition officer, talks about the challenge of communicating with 40,000 procurement specialists across government.
Two of the top managers at the Federal Acquisition Service are switching jobs, and there are ramifications for the $50 billion EIS contract.
One of the most popular lawmakers on IT modernization issues is in a tight race for his political survival.
The ongoing political fight over the Trump administration's handling of the FBI headquarters plan could ensnare the popular chief of the General Services Administration.
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If agencies find themselves continually in fire-fighting mode with their security, they likely need a better security architecture -- not just another product.
CIOs can use hard data to help add value to the modernization discussion.
A government-backed school for cyber modeled on West Point or the Naval Academy could provide military and civilian agencies sorely needed operators.
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