The Joint Financial Management Improvement Program (JFMIP) released a new payment integrity report and simulation tool to help agencies think differently about how to combat improper payments.
Luis Lopez, who has been with the department since 2017, will replace Jason Gray as CIO.
Multifactor authentication and identity are a major issues in front of the federal chief information security officer council.
Federal technology executives around government were moving into new jobs, retiring or heading to the private sector over the last few months.
David Shive, the chief information officer the General Services Administration, said data science, business analytics and the needs of the Public Buildings Service are among some of the upcoming opportunities under the GSA-wide IT services contract.
Capt. Kathleen Powell, the force data officer for the Navy Reserve, said the Department of Navy’s data and analytics platform called Jupiter is helping leaders understand and use the data to drive decisions.
The National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO) and Guidehouse released the 13th annual survey of state chief information officers and found similar challenges and opportunities as their federal brethren.
They're operating under a continuing resolution, but agency information technology staffs are working hard on modernizing.
Drew Myklegard, who has been acting since April, will replace Maria Roat as the permanent deputy federal CIO.
Kshemendra Paul, the VA's first permanent chief data officer, is leaving the agency in November to join the Energy Department as an assistant inspector general.
Gharun Lacy, the deputy assistant secretary and assistant director for cyber and technology security at the Foreign Affairs Cybersecurity Center at the State Department, said reducing the time between alert and response is their main focus.
In this exclusive webinar edition of Ask the CIO, Dan Elmore, the executive director of the Idaho National Lab Wireless Security Institute in the Energy Department, said agencies need to better understand the potential impact of 5G on their mission areas.
The DoD’s CIO and its Office of Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment will remove weapons systems from the network if they are not cyber secure.
Jamie Holcombe, the chief information officer for USPTO, said a new contract award will help the agency move toward a Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) architecture.