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The top 10 Ask the CIO shows in 2021 demonstrate how the program has evolved over the last 14 years.
Former federal technology executives offer their insights of the biggest stories of 2021 and which storylines will carry over in 2022.
Long-time data guru Tom Beach joins the FDA while GSA shuffles some seats after Carlton Shufflebarger retires after 37 years in government.
The Office of Management and Budget released the annual Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) guidance with a focus on risk-based, data-drive decisions.
DoD has funding for only five positions through 2023 for its new IP cadre. And the temporality of the jobs is an impediment to hiring the long-term experts DoD needs, according to the Government Accountability Office.
Computer World Services Corp. prevailed in its protest of NITAAC’s CIO-SP4 solicitation after arguing that certain past performance requirements were restrictive and unfair.
The Government Accountability Office’s annual report to Congress showed vendors filed less than 1,900 protests in fiscal 2020.
The Defense Information Systems Agency annual forecast to industry day highlighted several upcoming contract opportunities, but more importantly laid out the path the agency is heading for the next year.
The Coalition for Government Procurement and CompTIA wrote separate letters to GSA asking for clarification and offering feedback on two issues related to cloud computing.
New study, published this month in the journal Health Sciences Research, projected worse health outcomes for DoD beneficiaries even if as few as 10% of them were shifted to private-sector care.
The Labor Department’s CIO doesn’t report directly to the secretary or deputy secretary, and the IG raises the issue in a new audit that received a sharp response from agency leadership.
The Navy has outlined its process for discharging sailors who refuse the vaccine. Meanwhile, the Air Force has already started to issue formal reprimands.
The General Services Administration released a new cyber supply chain risk management strategy that focuses on three objectives as required by the Federal Acquisition Supply Chain Security Act of 2018.
Aaron Weis, the Department of Navy’s chief information officer, detailed several programs to move away from old technology and bring the service into a modern infrastructure.