An update to the Office of Management and Budget’s guidance on its Data Center Optimization Initiative will include more back-and-forth between agencies and the administration on fair benchmarks.
Ken Rogers, the State Department’s acting deputy chief information officer of business management and planning, said the agency’s IT modernization strategy is bookended by two related goals – leveraging data as a strategic asset and building the IT workforce of the future.
Despite the momentum gathering around the Trump administration’s priority around transforming customer service in government, agencies still face challenges getting feedback from the public under the Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA).
The Department of Homeland Security cites the Office of Management and Budget’s new Cloud Smart strategy and an ongoing challenge to consolidate data centers as part of a larger rethinking around how it stores its data.
The Office of Management and Budget raised the bar on enterprise risk management through an update to its Circular A-123 two years ago. Now federal employees can become card-carrying experts on the topic.
The Census Bureau looks to correct the record on fears and common misconceptions the public has shared about the upcoming population count.
A lawsuit challenging whether President Donald Trump, under the Constitution, can benefit from foreign governments doing business with his Washington hotel can forward after a federal judge denied a Justice Department request to stay the lawsuit on Friday.
More than 90 days out the launch of the National Risk Management Center, the team behind the center is staffing up and looking for a headquarters space.
The Department of Health and Human Services expects artificial intelligence will help ensure it’s paying the lowest price possible for bulk purchases of everyday items like copy paper and medical examination gloves.
The Trump administration plans to take a closer look at recruiting entry-level talent and retraining the existing IT workforce in the coming months as part of its strategy to stand up its IT modernization agenda.
Agencies receive more Freedom of Information Act requests now than ever before. But their workforces haven’t kept up with the growing demand.
National security leadership thanked postal employees and their partners in the Postal Inspection Service on Friday for work that led to the arrest of a suspect charged with allegedly sending 13 improvised explosive devices through the mail.
The Trump Administration has a governmentwide data strategy in the works, but agencies don’t always understand the value of the information at their disposal.
Chris Krebs of the National Protection and Programs Directorate described the National Risk Management Center as one half of a two-pronged approach to cybersecurity.