The Mitre Corporation, which operates federally funded research and development centers, has set up a lab to explore mobile autonomous systems.
The General Services Administration kicked off a broad public effort this week aimed at modernizing the federal e-rulemaking process, as bots, fraudulent submissions and other mass campaigns have quickly overtaken the online notice and comment process.
In today's Federal Newscast, a new audit by the inspector general found the Office of Personnel Management's financial management systems lack some basic cybersecurity protections.
NASCIO host Tennessee CIO Stephanie Dedmon explained her role at this year's annual fall conference and highlighted her state's 2020 priorities. Plus former GAO IT leader Dave Powner explained how federal government can learn valuable lessons from state IT experiences, all on Ask the CIO: SLED Edition.
OMB, the CIO Council and GAO are revamping the FITARA scorecard to include metrics around citizen services, customer satisfaction and mission delivery.
Stakeholders weighing in on rollout of the data strategy said building a workforce that can keep pace with the scope of the problem and the rate of change in technology stands out as one of the most daunting challenges.
The Professional Services Council, an industry association, asked the Senate Appropriations Committee to limit the type of work Federally-Funded Research and Development Centers can do for DoD.
The Department of Veterans Affairs said it has the right leadership and contractors in place this time to resolve the department's longstanding IT issues and prepare for Forever GI bill implementation.
DoD is figuring out how to get industry to adhere to cybersecurity and supply chain standards.
Matt Shabat, the U.S. strategy manager for Glasswall Solutions, makes the case for how using a risk management framework can lead to real savings that agencies can use to move off legacy systems.
John Kreger, a vice president for public sector programs at MITRE’s Center for Programs and Technology, details four steps to unlock the power of intelligence interoperability.
Six federal IT experts offer their observations about what to watch for in 2019 and what organizations and people will have the biggest impacts.
Federal IT experts offer their take on the last 12 months and what were the top story lines, biggest surprises and biggest disappointments.
The MITRE Corporation has a summary of ideas and recommendations that attendees discussed at the Office of Management and Budget's Symposium on the Federal Workforce for the 21st Century last month.