Margie Graves, the deputy chief information officer of the government at the Office of Management and Budget, said the administration is trying to identify innovative approaches for recruiting and training IT workers.
Federal News Network details five of the Section 809 panel’s third and final set of recommendations that readers should pay close attention to over the next year.
Mehul Sanghani, the chief executive officer and founder of Octo Consulting, said the two-year budget deal offered some much-needed certainty to the federal contracting sector.
HUD, USDA CIOs talking IT modernization and cybersecurity among the most listened and read Ask the CIO interviews last year.
GSA’s contractor database incident and USDA’s reorganization plans were among the most popular stories last year.
Army CIO Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford said moving to a hybrid cloud is part of how the service is reducing data centers and making data accessible.
Six federal IT experts offer their observations about what to watch for in 2019 and what organizations and people will have the biggest impacts.
OPM says those non-furloughed employees able to telework are expected to do so and do not receive weather and safety leave.
Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford, the Army’s chief information officer, said the service’s new artificial intelligence task force will focus on tasks ranging from automating cybersecurity to identity management.
Associations and conference organizers say this partial government shutdown is different and is starting to impact their planning and execution of events, training and more.
Marshall Henry, a program manager in the Bureau of Fiscal Service, said the agency is applying a standard multi-factor authentication approach to 10 of its citizen and business facing services.
Sens. Mark Warner (D-Va.) and Tim Kaine (D-Va.) write to the Treasury Department seeking answers for how the IRS will handle tax refund season.
The suddenness of the partial government shutdown forced agencies and contractors to scramble over the last week to figure out who is working and who isn’t.
Several impacted agencies have funding left over to continue to work, but if the shutdown lasts into January more furloughs possible.