Why the Army needs to solve its communication problem with Congress if it hopes to secure more funding.
Spotlight on the Census
IT cost overruns and fears of low online response rates have contributed to a steep upward revision of the costs of counting the U.S. population in 2020.
IT modernization legislation looks to avoid the end-of-year spending spree, but some say time pressure can spark creativity.
Pushing forward with the department's reorganization plan, Defense Secretary James Mattis said "it's time to roll up our sleeves and get on with it."
A new White House immigration wish list calls for 100 percent employer participation in DHS' online worker status verification system.
Two longtime federal IT leaders discuss the pros and cons of elevating agency CIOs in the executive branch power structure.
Despite administration concerns about bloat, one new estimate pegs the size of the federal workforce as smaller than under Ronald Reagan.
In comments on a planned governmentwide modernization scheme, database firm Oracle called on the federal government to rethink open source and hiring software coders.
Rob Joyce cautioned that requirements by foreign powers to review IT source code of U.S. vendors could lead to intellectual property theft.
To truly work together, government and industry should do a lot more talking.
The Energy and Commerce committee asked the GAO to examine whether the Department of Energy is wasting contractors time and money with superfluous requests.
A bipartisan commission wants the government to use program data to determine whether policies work, but there are political barriers.
The Army is seeking to realign funds for network modernization, but Congress wants to know what's wrong with the systems it already paid for.
By getting ongoing industry input on contracts from industry, the Navy is expecting to save time. Will it work?
Top federal IT officials signaled that they are moving full steam ahead implementing the Technology Business Management framework, but caution that progress will take time.