Photos from the Fed 100

See the winners, guests and on-stage highlights from the 2016 Federal 100 Awards Gala.

Armstrong, Soloway honored at CES

The CES Government Technology Leadership Award recognizes long-term contributions to public-sector IT.

DHS secretary praises CISA, but college kids don't much care

Jeh Johnson spoke to American University students about security challenges on the night CISA passed, but cybersecurity talk was minimal.

Martha Dorris is leaving GSA

Longtime federal IT leader is retiring from government service Oct. 31.

Library of Congress names new CIO

Bernard A. Barton Jr. fills a position that has been vacant since 2012.

DOE CISO heads to Commerce

Rod Turk is returning to the Commerce Department after a year at Energy.

Facebook's Miller named first White House product director

Josh Miller pointed to online petitions and Twitter engagement as examples of "amazing" government-citizen interaction, and promised more to come.

Brubaker joins IT Cadre

Former DOD executive and two-time Fed 100 winner had recently left AirWatch.

Holgate to depart ATF

Former ACT president will take a job with Gartner, follow his spouse to Vienna, Austria.

USPTO hoping for some iconic collaboration

Agency partners with Noun Project to create standard symbols for intellectual property concepts.

IARPA gets a new director

Jason Matheny has worked at Oxford University, the World Bank and the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins.

House of Representatives seeking new CIO

Former House CIO Nelson Moe left two months ago, and the House continues to quietly recruit for a replacement.

HumanGeo acquired by Radiant Group

HumanGeo, which focuses on developing big data analytics and visualizations, was founded by Federal 100 award winners Al Di Leonardo and Abe Usher.

Hruby to begin as Sandia director

Longtime national labs official will be the first woman to lead one of the Energy Department's nuclear security laboratories.

What Cobert brings to OPM

OMB's deputy director of management is being dispatched to deal with a troubled agency -- again.

Sweating the stolen data

Millions of background-check records were compromised, OPM now says. Here's the jaw-dropping range of personal data that was exposed.

ICE names new CIO

Michael Brown, an IT executive in DHS's CIO office, will take over as CIO at Immigration and Customs Enforcement on July 26.