David Shive

  • Trump organization asks for rent reduction and Congress has questions

    In today’s Federal Newscast, House and Senate Democrats push back on reports that the Trump Organization seeks to reduce its rent on the Trump Hotel in D.C. during the pandemic.

  • GSA’s Shive elevated to new CIO Council role

    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.

  • Profiles in Excellence 2018

    This program will highlight profiles in excellence with federal CIOs and industry experts.

  • Are the concerns about Kaspersky Lab software the tip of the cyber iceberg awaiting agencies?

    The House Science, Space and Technology subcommittee on Oversight promises to hold more hearings on the cybersecurity threat of Kaspersky Lab products to the government.

  • Maintaining the IT Transformation Momentum

    The latest data on the Federal IT Dashboard shows agencies are spending almost 71 percent of their technology budgets on operations and maintenance and less than 21 percent on development, modernization and enhancements for systems.

  • The Pathway to Digital Transformation in Government

    Digital transformation is happening across the government. Citizens are driving the rate of change through their expectations. What we’ve seen over the past few years with the growth and acceptance of the cloud, mobility, application programming interfaces (APIs) and the ability to understand user behavior like never before through data analytics, those agencies which are taking advantage of the evolutions of technology are doing a better job meeting their customers’ needs.

  • GSA IG uncovers further misdeeds by 18F executives

    The General Services Administration’s Inspector General found the digital services group used unapproved software, put applications on the network without the proper authorizations and had an overall lack of management oversight or involvement that let 18F staff members basically do what they want.

  • GSA illustrates business value of IT investments

    David Shive, the General Services Administration’s chief information officer, is helping new Technology Transformation Service Commissioner Rob Cook adjust to the federal community while also refocusing on the agency’s IT priorities.

  • Shive brought GSA’s 18F some much needed parental guidance

    David Shive, who recently returned to his regular role as the GSA chief information officer after serving as acting commissioner of the Technology Transformation Service (TTS) since July, said he found a digital services organization in need of some help to mature its processes and procedures.

  • GSA goes Hollywood for new technology service commissioner

    Rob Cook, a former Pixar software executive, will take over as the head of the Technology Transformation Service on Oct. 31.