The federal chief technology officer says top-notch techies can be drawn to government service, whether it’s for "two weeks, three months [or] longer.”
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Longtime director for science and technology steps into lab's top job.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The inaugural podcast features HHS' Mark Naggar detailing his team's use of the Digital Services Playbook to streamline procurement.
Greg Godbout to leave 18F; David Shive to be acting CIO when Sonny Hashmi departs.
Popular CIO is headed for the private sector.
Reasons for departure unclear; Hunter named acting CIO.
On his first full day as DOD's permanent CIO, Terry Halvorsen spoke with FCW about his push for hybrid data centers, the commercial cloud and cultivating trust with industry.
"We need to keep running in the direction we've been running," Acting GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth said.
Michael Johnson will move to the Energy Department from the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
President Barack Obama has nominated the longtime Senate staffer as the Pentagon's new deputy chief management officer.
Lt. Gen. Ronnie Hawkins, who earned a reputation as a cost-cutter, says leveraging more efficient IT has been key.
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