Federal workers have heard the term “chief human capital officer” or CHCO, for 15 years, but not everyone knows what a CHCO is and why they were created.
David Wray, the chief technologist at Micro Focus Government Solutions, said agencies could find savings quickly by consolidating contracts and/or moving to consumption based buying. When Congress passed the Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act in…
Justice CIO Joe Klimavicz said modernizing legacy systems is all about ensuring an agency can fulfill its mission in real-time.
Lawmakers on the House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on IT are concerned that the IT modernization effort is losing momentum.
As the the Internet of Things and 5G become more prevalent, analysts say the government needs a strategy on how it buys hardware and software.
A new GAO report shows the government middling along, with a few glaring problems, in implementing FITARA.
The Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act would give agencies working capital funds to use for moving off legacy systems.
Six agencies received lower grades from the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on their latest IT acquisition reform report cards.
Jason Gray, the Education Department’s CIO and the co-chairman of the CIO Council’s IT Workforce Committee, said there are four main goals for the upcoming governmentwide hiring fair.
A USAID official said the CIO’s office worked directly with GAO to understand the exact nature and intent behind each metric, and prioritized and accelerated updates to address previous gaps.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s fourth hearing focusing on the implementation of the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) offered some insights into what lawmakers will expect from agencies next.
A pilot program is underway for an electronic performance management system within HRSA to improve retention and recruitment efforts.
The Government Accountability Office faults the Office of Personnel Management for not fairly evaluating each of the bids in a $117 million dollar contract.
Members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee say the Pentagon pulled $15 billion worth of spending on technology projects under the national security system umbrella leading to less transparency and a poor FITARA grade.