San Jose, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley, has made no small plans when it comes to the deployment of 5G mobility technology.
Federal CIO Suzette Kent said in an exclusive interview that new federal data strategy helps build a mature, healthy and secure data sharing foundation.
The state CIO association has experienced profound changes as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. John Thomas Flynn interviewed NASCIO’s president and the former Kentucky state CIO at the midyear conference this month.
Government innovation happens. But do people like it when it does?
HHS named Jose Arrieta, the deputy assistant secretary and senior procurement executive, to be its new chief information officer, making him one of only a few technology executives, who once was a contracting officer.
Nebraska and Connecticut state CIOs Ed Toner and Mark Raymond offered their personal stories at NASCIO’s spring conference outside Washington, D.C.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Council 216 of the American Federation of Government Employees is urging the EEOC to push for more staff.
The FCC is looking for a new permanent CIO just three months after making Christine Calvosa the full-time IT leader.
FEMA named Lytwaive Hutchinson to replace Adrian Gardner as its new CIO while Reynold Schweickhardt joined GSA as a senior technology advisor.
The tri-service proposal would elevate IT issues in each service’s organizational chart. Its chief advocate is the Department of the Navy, which has already expressed its desire to appoint an assistant secretary for information management.
Gina Garza will step down after almost three years as the lead technology executive for the tax agency and Nancy Sieger will become acting CIO.
A new cyber workforce executive order charges multiple agencies to develop a rotational assignment program, which would create details for top talent in and around federal agencies and the private sector.
The Department of Homeland Security issued a new binding operational directive replacing a 2015 mandate and accelerating the time for agencies to mitigate problems.
New retention bonuses for Border Patrol agents who enter into a 12-month service agreement become available in May.