In today’s Federal Newscast, there’s been another setback in negotiations between Social Security Administration management and its cadre of administrative law judges.
Chief information officers at two agencies that received higher overall marks on their FITARA scorecards this year have tole members of the House Oversight and Reform Committee that efforts to move to the cloud have led to greater efficiencies and cost savings.
Under the IDEA Act, agency officials see a clearer path forward on making .gov websites more user-friendly.
This program will provide a progress report on IT modernization in government.
USDA and HUD are taking advantage of both the Technology Modernization Fund and the Centers of Excellence to jumpstart IT modernization efforts.
Gary Washington, the chief information officer at the Agriculture Department said the commitment from agency leadership, the White House and the program offices to modernize systems and applications is why he is confident about the future.
GSA and USDA ask for vendor feedback on initial plans for phase 2 of the IT modernization centers of excellence strategy.
GSA is starting to look for other agencies to begin creating and working with their own CoEs for 2019 and beyond.
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee members were not happy with the continued slow or lack of progress in implementing the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA).
At the same time, Chris Lowe, the chief information security officer at USDA, is being reassigned to a bureau level role as part of a continued house cleaning of IT officials.