As agencies face an increasing volume of cyber threats, the Government Accountability Offices plans to examine whether the Trump administration has a reliable hierarchy for its cybersecurity leadership.
At last Congress goes along with an IT modernizing revolving fund ... but the horses mostly stay away from the trough.
OMB announced USDA, Energy and HUD earned approval from the TMF Board to get some of the $100 million in additional funding to push ongoing IT modernization projects over the top.
Speaking at a Data Coalition event Wednesday, Federal Chief Information Officer Suzette Kent said the data CAP goal will help the government get its arms around its huge trove of data.
OMB released a cyber risk determination report finding that 74 percent of the agencies had cybersecurity programs that were either “at risk” or at “high risk.”
GSA is holding a proposal writing seminar on June 8 to help agencies improve their chances for winning money from the Technology Modernization Fund.
Federal CIO Suzette Kent says a White House summit with tech leaders this week touched on ways to get the most out of the federal government's huge stores of data.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday in an effort to build institutional capabilities to drive IT modernization.
Federal CIO Suzette Kent said four agency proposals are among the first set of finalists to get some of the $100 million Technology Modernization Fund.
The CIO Council’s event highlighted the role of women and the impact they are making in the federal IT, cybersecurity.
In today's Federal Newscast, three lawmakers want legislation to overturn a 2013 court decision which prevents some defense department employees from appealing to the Merit Systems Protection Board.
In today's Federal Newscast, the USAJobs.gov website is among the first citizen facing sites to use the new Login.gov identity management service.
Seven former federal CIOs and deputy CIOs share lessons learned with the incoming Federal CIO.
The last mini-shutdown may have felt to many like the tremors before an earthquake, according to Federal News Radio's Tom Temin.