Making bases easier to access could help bring the Army to 2019, said the director of installation services.
Three House committee chairmen are launching an investigation into recent leadership changes at the Department of Homeland Security.
In today’s Federal Newscast, in their annual report to Congress, Social Security Administration trustees said they expect total costs to exceed income next year, and in all the years beyond that.
The Navy says dozens of IT systems and websites for pay and personnel functions are about to be killed off in favor of a consolidated system sailors can access from anywhere.
Steve Wallace, a systems innovation scientist in the Emerging Technology Directorate at the Defense Information Systems Agency, said the agency soon will choose vendors to develop a prototype to protect the network and data from attacks that come through web browsers.
The Navy is adopting DISA’s Purebred program for its tens of thousands of government-issued mobile devices. It’s part of a broader rethinking of identity management across the service.
HUD, USDA CIOs talking IT modernization and cybersecurity among the most listened and read Ask the CIO interviews last year.
Chris Balcik, Samsung’s vice president of federal, explains why current and emerging technology on your smartphone could replace your smart identity card.
The Pentagon is still searching for a replacement for the Common Access Card. One solution under active consideration: measuring the way you walk, via your smartphone.
Andy Seymour, the Defense Department’s public key infrastructure manager, said a new policy will require the services to unlock the PIV certificate authentication on the Common Access Card.