In DoD’s first financial audit, 46 percent of problematic findings were related to IT, not strictly financial management.
Law taking effect Jan. 1 gives the Defense Department chief information officer new authorities over military services’ “disparate” IT modernization efforts.
The Air Force believes its new streamlined ATO process will not only get systems online faster, it will deliver better security.
The Senate Intelligence Committee’s top Democrat says the magnitude of cyber threats call for a recalibration of the Defense budget and at least some changes to how the rest of the government is organized.
The Department of Homeland Security is studying whether to name a new senior official to serve as its chief data officer. It would be only the fourth cabinet-level agency to do so.
In this exclusive executive briefing, experts will delve deeper into how forward-looking agencies are leaning towards DevSecOps as they work to modernize applications and gain the cost and flexibility benefits of the cloud, securely.
In this exclusive executive briefing, the following experts will explore the current state of shared services and where the industry and agency strategies are headed.
In this exclusive executive briefing, experts will explore trends in facial recognition, where technology and applications are moving fast.
Jason Gray, the Education Department’s chief information officer, joined Federal News Radio’s Ask the CIO for an online chat.
Joanne Woytek, the program manager of NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise Wide Procurement (SEWP) contract, joined Federal News Radio’s “More SEWP for you!” online chat, part of an ongoing new initiative to connect federal buyers with federal acquisition program managers.