Gordon Bitko, the chief information officer of the FBI, said the bureau is relaying on a combination of tools, training and shared services to better manage data.
The CIO Council came up with funding to add five more students to the new effort to retrain non IT workers with cybersecurity skills.
John Hale, DISA’s chief of cloud services, said the analysis is helping DISA prepare its MilCloud 2.0 for more business.
Eddie Hartwig, the deputy administrator of the U.S. Digital Service (USDS), said the goal is to train 250 contracting officers under the Digital IT Acquisition Professional Program (DITAP).
An internal review by the Pentagon found the JEDI cloud program did not suffer prejudice from two employees with ties to Amazon Web Services, but potential ethical violations emerge.
FEMA’s Adrian Gardner retires after 30 years and GSA’s Dan Twomey is leaving next week after spending the last four years in government as an industry expert.
Industry experts say the CIA’s C2E cloud procurement demonstrates that a multi-cloud, multi-vendor approach is necessary for the agency’s needs of today and tomorrow.
The Department of Health and Human Services now requires executives traveling anywhere overseas to take a loaner device and connect through a secure tunnel.
The General Services Administration will host an industry day on April 18 to detail initial thoughts around a new contract writing system.
Eligible employees of SSA have until May 31 to decide if they will take an early retirement, according to an email Federal News Network obtained.
Bill Evanina of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center warned that public and private sector companies shouldn’t become numb to growing supply chain attacks.
GSA rescinded awards to 81 small businesses after a Court of Federal Claims decision showed the agency erred in its evaluations of proposals.
Fred Nutt, President Donald Trump’s nominee to be the Office of Management and Budget controller, is no longer in the running for the position.
Michelle Jacobs, the director of DLA’s hosting office, said the agency is using commercial cloud services to host more than 60 percent of its applications and wants to move toward a software-as-a-service model.