The National Cancer Institute's acting CIO said his first attempt at managed services will be a printing pilot.
Not everyone is seeing an even distribution when it comes to women in federal IT. Some areas of technology remain a boys’ club.
With managed services, agencies such as the departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Homeland Security area sharing overhead, surge capacity and costs for their help desk services.
During the course of eight Ask the CIO interviews over the last three months, one thing became abundantly clear - agency chief information officers and their IT staffs are planning, implementing and fighting through the policy, regulatory and budgetary challenges to upgrade their technology.
Replacing the DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) should let owners, operators and defenders of IT systems better manage risks.
Rob Palmer, who left DHS late last year and now is an executive vice president and CTO of ShorePoint, said lessons during his decade in government will help shape his private sector career.
What is the U.S. Air Force’s Information Dominance Strategy? How is the Air Force changing the way it does IT? What is the U.S. Air Force doing to leverage advances of mobile technologies? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Bill Marion, Deputy Chief, Information Dominance & Deputy Chief Information Officer, U.S. Air Force.
The CIO Council and OPM are hosting an IT workforce jobs fair in November focusing on filling critical IT and cyber jobs for more than 20 federal agencies.
D.C. entrepreneurship comes with a few assumptions: funding is top priority, and a startups investors and employees have different jobs. Marc Langer, founder and president of Recovery Point Systems, believes these assumptions are outdated.
This week, Women of Washington sat down with Stacy Schwartz, vice president of Global Public Safety for AT&T. Schwartz discussed how she believes that diversity can bring companies better results and how the communications industry has changed over her career.
Genesys Works gives access to the technology and IT industries by training young adults, says executive director Mahan Tavakoli.
But one big problem with Congress is mostly invisible to people who don't work on Capitol Hill. That's the sorry state of its information technology, and it's not because of a lack of spending on IT. That's according to a study done by The OpenGov Foundation, whose Executive Director Seamus Kraft joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin as part of a three-day series on modernizing Congress.
The proposed cuts from the Trump administration could be an opportunity for agency managers to get creative. With less money to go around, there may be less money to maintain legacy IT systems, so that means updating it or utilizing other methods may be the best route. Federal News Radio's Eric White learns more from Mallory Barg Bulman, vice president for research and evaluation at the Partnership for Public Service, on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The new Trump administration has thrown off policies on immigration, border control, trade, federal employment, the environment and oil and gas transport. But we've seen nothing on information technology, on which the government spends more than $80 billion a year. Dave Wennergren, executive vice president for operations and technology at the Professional Services Council, shares more on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.