Interviews with technology executives from VA, NGA and DISA were the three most popular Ask the CIO interviews of 2020 proving the trend that automation, cyber and strategy continue to attract readers.
NGA chief technology officer Mark Munsell and SSA’s deputy commissioner Lester Diamond retired after more than 20 years each of federal service capping a busy two months of retirements and executives on the move.
Contractors doing business with the intelligence agencies must deal with a 2021 budget request that's hundreds of millions of dollars lower than the fiscal year that just ended.
Federal contractors can continue unconscious bias programs and still meet the demands of the president's recent executive order on diversity and inclusion training, Labor Department says, as long as programs don't touch on "white fragility" or "white privilege."
The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency is trying to see circles. That is, it wants satellites to have the ability to identify circles.
The intelligence community expects information warfare to be the next big disrupter as the cyber domain becomes more contested, and industry becomes part of the national security attack surface.
Mark Munsell, the NGA chief technology officer, said industry, particularly non-traditional companies, should use the tech focus and technology strategy documents as guides for how to help that agency overcome long-standing challenges.
A recent broad agency announcement from NGA seeks fresh ways for industrial and academic researchers to help the agency take on hard problems.
These women in federal executive positions are moving the status quo in a big way.
In today's Federal Newscast, telework limitations rank high up on the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee’s list of federal agency challenges during the pandemic.
Agencies and contractors in the intelligence community are rearranging work schedules and office spaces to prepare for the phased reentry of their employees, but they're also taking steps to address the discomfort and anxiety many are feeling as they return to the physical workplace.
Deputy chief information security officers at the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency and the National Reconnaissance Office say they are in the middle of expanding and maturing their approaches to cybersecurity.
In their quest to better infuse operations with data analytics, two agencies are at adjacent stages of this new discipline.
The commercialization of space has revolutionized geospatial intelligence, so agencies like the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and the National Reconnaissance Office have to find new ways to innovate.