Janet Vogel, the former acting CIO and chief information security officer at the Department of Health and Human Services, recently retired after 40 years of federal service.
The Department of Homeland Security said it used cloud technologies and the security tools to maximize the capability of teleworkers and field workers even before the pandemic.
Adele Merritt has held several positions in the intelligence community during a career spanning more than two decades.
Karl Mathias, the CIO for the U.S. Marshals Service since 2015, will join HHS as its CIO on March 14.
In today's Federal Newscast, Immigration and Customs Enforcement says it requires the expertise and analysis of industry-leading zero Trust analysts, consultants and practitioners to meet the new White House requirements.
A new DoD CIO memo gives the Pentagon's formal blessing to security approvals that are based on continuous monitoring, and aims to create a more common lexicon for continuous ATOs.
On this episode, we talk with Federal Deputy CIO, Maria Roat, about the President’s Management Agenda and then catch up with Tim Smith, President of OnPoint Consulting about innovation in the federal market.
New strategy emphasizes enterprise cloud, software factories and process reforms, but specific fixes are still months away.
In today's Federal Newscast, immigration judges would no longer be part of the Justice Department, if a bill introduced in the House passes.
DoD’s Chief Information Officer John Sherman will serve as the acting Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Officer (CDAO), while the agency’s search for a permanent pick remains ongoing.
Paul Cunningham, the chief information security officer at the Department of Veterans Affairs, is retiring at the end of February.
As federal agencies move to a hybrid, multi-cloud model of computing, they are moving past virtualization, in search of more elastic methods to manage workloads. The incorporation of edge computing can augment clouds and data centers with lightweight and fully functioning applications.
The list of executives leaving OMB’s Office of the Federal CIO is growing, but don’t take that as a bad sign.
The 13th Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) scorecard hearing offered some ideas for future ways to measure agency IT modernization progress.