NIST computer scientist Scott Rose said the publication is meant to help generate a “conceptual framework” for agencies and cybersecurity experts to apply zero trust principles within their enterprise.
Gigi Schumm welcomes Caryl Brzymialkiewicz, HHS assistant inspector general and chief data officer, to talk data integration and the importance of networking.
VA Inspector General Michael Missal said despite enthusiasm for the passage of the Forever GI bill, the agency has yet to meet a single deadline.
Bill James and Drew Myklegard from the Department of Veterans Affairs said they’ve created essentially a “wall outlet” for third-party applications.
The technology modernization drive has been operating in the federal government for years. Yet agencies continue to relay on so-called legacy systems.
In today's Federal Newscast, auditors at the Government Accountability Office say the Homeland Security Department has made considerable progress towards fixing management weaknesses.
Innovation of federal IT springs up all over the government, including the IRS' most recent move to provide more wireless options.
A new select committee is tasked with finding ways to update how Congress conducts day-to-day business. It has one year to provide recommendations.
Congress itself is stuck in a technological time warp. Zach Graves, head of policy at the Lincoln Network, provides ideas on how to move the institution along.
One of the original goals of digital transformation is to fully eradicate paper processes. The U.S. Digital Service is helping push agencies further toward meeting that goal.
In this exclusive executive briefing, technology experts will discuss the opportunities and challenges with modernizing IT and living with legacy systems.
On this episode of Women of Washington, Gigi Schumm welcomed Vicky Niblett, deputy assistant commissioner within the General Services Administration's Federal Acquisition Service. In this role, she provides management and oversight of the Integrated Award Environment (IAE).
When trying to make legacy software compatible with other systems, the technology needs to evolve to meet the current need, said Nick Guertin of the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute.
Everyone involved in federal software development knows the percentage: 80% of the federal IT budget goes to maintaining existing systems. Innovation in technology is forcing these legacy systems to be able to interact with other systems.