Stephen Rice, the DHS deputy CIO, is taking a similar role at the Navy Federal Credit Union.
Agencies are in the middle of both an evolution and a revolution when it comes to their networks.
The Department of Homeland Security is hearing out pitches on emerging tech, but it’s more focused on established on securing a consistent IT experience across the agency.
Margie Graves, the deputy chief information officer of the government at the Office of Management and Budget, said the administration is trying to identify innovative approaches for recruiting and training IT workers.
This program will highlight profiles in excellence with federal CIOs and industry experts.
This program will provide a progress report on data center optimization in government.
The U.S. Mint is searching for a new chief information officer, while the Senate confirmed NIST’s new director.
Richard Staropoli, the Homeland Security Department’s chief information officer, announced he is leaving after three months on the job.
The Office of Personnel Management experienced some of the biggest changes in the year since hackers stole the data of 22 million current and former federal employees. The cyber attack helped put in motion some of the biggest cybersecurity improvements in the last decade.
For the Transportation Security Administration, the 30-day cyber sprint was an awakening. The governmentwide effort didn’t just refocus TSA on securing its data and networks, but gave the agency an opportunity to make up for budget shortfalls. Federal News Radio’s Executive Editor Jason Miller stopped by the Federal Drive with Tom Temin with news from TSA’s Chief Information Officer Stephen Rice on how the agency used the cyber sprint to its advantage.