Also in today's Federal Newscast, the Federal Labor Relations Authority has issued a complaint against EEOC over office-reentry policies. And the Air Force is embracing privacy during pregnancy.
Rep. Gerry Connolly’s letter to agency CIOs seeking details about their data center closure plans will help determine a new grading category for the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act scorecard.
On this episode, we talk with Federal CIO Clare Martorana about the recently released Federal IT Operating Plan and hear from two more of the ACT-IAC 2022 Innovation Champion Award winners. Guests: Clare Martorana, Federal…
A round up of federal technology executives from GSA, NOAA, the FBI and others who have been “on the move” over the last few months and that you may have missed.
Allen Hill, the deputy assistant commissioner for Category Management in the Federal Acquisition Service at the General Services Administration, will take over the FCC’s lead technology role on Aug. 1.
It's a part of the Bureau of Intelligence and Research's new strategic plan, which features a big emphasis on digital modernization.
The procurement and finance organizations have helped push the IRS toward a more innovative approach that focuses on automation to move away from repetitive, mundane tasks.
Jeff Schramek, the deputy commissioner for fiscal accounting and shared services at the Bureau of Fiscal Service in the Treasury Department, said taking a human centered design approach to improving its shared services offerings.
Glenn Miller, the principal deputy CIO, will take over as the acting CIO on interim basis.
Maria Roat, the recently retired deputy federal CIO, retired at the end of March after 41 years of federal service, including the last two as the deputy federal CIO.
Federal CIO Clare Martorana has been briefing lawmakers about awards and the impact of the Technology Modernization Fund to ensure transparency and accountability.
Justice Department’s Executive Office for Immigration Review names Sanjay Gupta, the former SBA CTO, as its new CIO.
The U.S. financial system and the way it's regulated, are fast moving to obsolescence. And the government is unwilling and unable to adopt the technologies to modernize them.
Lytwaive Hutchinson, the chief information officer at FEMA, is moving to a new role in the private sector.