In today's Federal Newscast: Special Counsel Henry Kerner said the Hatch Act does not apply to Trump and Pence, the Post Office lost $1 billion dollars last month and a missing Fort Hood soldier is found dead.
As the government looks forward to a future where operations are restored to normal – whatever that may look like – it will be important for agencies to prioritize.
The time has come to share ideas and approach the cloud in a more holistic way than DoD has before.
Guy Cavallo, the SBA deputy chief information officer, will become the principal deputy CIO at OPM starting on Sept. 14.
Five of 10 agencies responded to Sen. Maggie Hassan’s (D-N.H.) request for details and plans for how they will modernize outdated systems and what Congress can do to help.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, John Cofrancesco, vice president at Acuity Systems, joins host John Gilroy to discuss why data based decision making is important in the federal government.
Dr. Amy Abernethy, the principal deputy commissioner and acting chief information officer of the Food and Drug Administration, said the agency is looking at common use cases and creating cloud-based package services to give the internal customers the majority of the capabilities they need.
T-Rex Solutions executives Jason Keplinger, chief technology and innovation officer, and Utpal Amin, chief engineer outlined the extraordinary Census transformation in a recent interview.
Cloud is here to stay, and the next generation of technologies is already being built on its foundations.
If federal agencies were constantly on guard the past several years, as cyber-attacks grew in intensity and effectiveness, the past several months of the pandemic, has dumped fuel on that fire of fear and paranoia.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency detailed the concept of trust zones under the final TIC 3.0 implementation guidance released last week.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) suggested giving the IRS $2 billion under the Technology Modernization Fund and then letting agencies use the savings from the tax agency for other projects.
Dana Deasy, the DoD CIO, said in a wide-ranging press conference that the Pentagon plans to reaward the JEDI contract in late August and the new chief data officer is on a 90-day listening tour that will help guide a new plan of action.
Nicolas Chaillan, the Air Force’s chief software officer, said the service is testing its cloud native access point approach through Platform One with the F-35 and Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) teams.