Karen Evans will replace John Zangardi as the CIO of the Department of Homeland Security.
A four-fold increase in telework capacity, as well as a new chat bot and data visualization tool, are all helping the Department of Veterans Affairs respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
Local governments are shuttering at coronavirus’ potential job losses. But with mobility and cloud investment rising, desktops time is over.
The Federal Chief Information Officers Council selected 21 GS-14s and 15s from 11 different agencies to participate in an Agriculture Department-run Senior Executive Service candidate development program. The goal, USDA said, is to groom a new class of executives ahead of the presidential transition, often a popular time for SES retirements.
Public Technology Institute’s Alan Shark described the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on local governments operations, challenges and success stories.
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.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers asked the Defense Department for more details about its plans to continue to provide a technology and cyber leadership program after the Pentagon ended its 30-year-old CIO development curriculum.
The Department of Homeland Security has created a new, derived alternative credential for both new and existing employees and contractors who need access to the agency’s networks but can’t physically visit a DHS facility to replace or get a new personal identity verification (PIV) card during the coronavirus pandemic.
State CIOs and NASCIO went virtual for this months midyear conference, and NASCIO executive director Doug Robinson discussed state CIOs extraordinary successful continuity of operations efforts.
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.
NASCIO’s midyear conference will go virtual May 4-5. Executive Director Doug Robinson explained developments and rationale resulting from the coronavirus, plus highlights from agenda and schedule of events.
David Shive, the General Services Administration’s chief information officer, replaced former Justice Department CIO Joe Klimavicz, who retired from federal service in February, as vice chairman of the CIO Council.
Deltek’s Kevin Plexico continued his fiscal 2021 state, local and education IT forecast with a focus on Texas and New York, plus the crucial role federal funds play in state and local IT budgets.
Essye Miller, the Defense Department’s principal deputy chief information officer, is retiring in June after 35 years of federal service. She will be replaced by John Sherman, who will come over from being the IC CIO since 2017.