Karen Evans will replace John Zangardi as the CIO of the Department of Homeland Security.
Donna Dodson’s peers call her a world leader in cybersecurity. Now she’s getting recognition for her work.
HHS IG office must balance its in-depth reviews with the immediate demand for real-time analysis in the “flash reports” requested by the House Oversight and Reform Committee.
Balan Ayyar, CEO of Percipient AI, joins host Aileen Black on this week’s Leaders and Legends to discuss crisis leadership during the COVID-19 epidemic and how artificial intelligence can address problems that have surfaced in national security and healthcare.
A sharply divided Senate has confirmed John Ratcliffe as director of national intelligence
In today’s Federal Newscast, a bipartisan bill in the Senate would fast-track hiring staff to work for the Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery, who’s now one step away from confirmation.
Throughout the pandemic, Congress has not missed the Congressional Record. Nor have Executive Branch agencies missed the Federal Register. All thanks to the Government Publishing Office.
After almost four years as the CIO at the Small Business Administration, Maria Roat has been named as the deputy federal CIO replacing Margie Graves, who retired in December.
25 years ago, the government and the nation was clearing the rubble from the federal building bombing in Oklahoma City that killed 168 people.
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This week on Leaders and Legends, host Aileen Black interviews Suzette Kent, the federal chief information officer at the Office of Management and Budget.
Jeff Seaton is the new acting CIO at NASA while Jay Huie leaves GSA after 10 years and Vera Ashworth joins GSA after spending the last 15 years in the private sector.
The Pentagon told its contracting officers and contract administrators to boost the amount of money it pays vendors in the form of progress payments as one way to increase their cash flow amidst a sagging economy.
George Nesterczuk, the president’s first pick to lead the Office of Personnel Management, is returning to the agency as an adviser to the acting director. Nesterczuk withdrew his nomination from Senate consideration nearly three years ago.