IT Modernization

How many parties does it take to provide a single government login?

Identity management is central to efforts to make a wide range of IT activities secure, but streamlining the process is essential.

IT Modernization

What workers – especially millenials – want

Agencies and industry face mounting challenges as young, telecommuting employees feel less engaged with their work. How can leaders keep talent from disconnecting or leaving altogether?

IT Modernization

It's about the customers, not the stakeholders

18F pioneer Greg Godbout proclaims that his "entire career in the federal government has been disappointing stakeholders, and I see that as leading the way to success."

IT Modernization

GSA plots single sign-in

Connect.Gov is working toward creating a system in which users can access government websites and services using an existing credential.

IT Modernization

Cutting-edge agency goes old-school

DARPA wants to use analog computing processes to revolutionize simulation.

IT Modernization

Will Census be ready for Internet response in 2020?

The Census Bureau hasn't established a time frame for its cloud computing plans, including testing for scalability, security, and privacy protection, as well as determining a budget for cloud services.

IT Modernization

DARPA seeks to deepen human connections with machines

The Communicating with Computers program isn't necessarily looking to develop artificial intelligence, but DARPA is not exactly ruling it out either.

IT Modernization

FedRAMP website set for makeover

A new resource for federal cloud users and vendors will debut next month.

IT Modernization

Pay.gov now takes Paypal, Dwolla

Apple Pay could be available for consumers to use in some federal transactions, such as entry fee payments at national parks, by September.

IT Modernization

DISA CIO: Don't discount 'DOD mindset' on data protection

David Bennett touts the potential of standardized and virtualized IT, while returning to a sticking point between DOD and industry: liability in the event of data loss.

IT Modernization

Social Security preps data reboot

SSA plans to migrate data and production to the new National Support Center by August 2016.

IT Modernization

DoD seeks refresh for OneSource website

An RFI seeks new thinking on how to deliver programs and services.

IT Modernization

A federal manager's guide to fantasy football

New report finds lessons in the popular pastime for building virtual teams in the workplace.

IT Modernization

It's mobile's world, we just live in it

DMI's top mobile trends for 2015 include increased leveraging of mobile for the Internet of Things and a brisker move toward wearables and "phablets."

IT Modernization

Survey reveals feds' digital divide

Federal employees aren’t overly impressed with the way their agencies are doing digital, a new report says, but that doesn’t mean they’re not in favor of bringing more technology into their offices.

IT Modernization

A public cloud for NOAA

The agency is seeking information on solutions that can provide virtualization, storage services, network bandwidth, and management tools and capabilities.

IT Modernization

Using IT to address the federal talent shortage

Better systems and talent science can help agencies fill vacancies faster -- and avoid making the wrong hires.

IT Modernization

Will new commercial mobile encryption affect BYOD policy?

The flip side of default data encryption on mobile devices is that a lost or stolen device won't yield up its secrets -- an important feature for many federal employees.

IT Modernization

Feds urge early cooperation in malware investigations

Cyber resiliency in financial services comes from public-private coordination and aggressive prosecution.

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