Josh Moses left his role at OMB’s cyber branch chief on Nov. 30 after more than three years to take a job with the PricewatershouseCoopers commercial division.
One of the original goals of digital transformation is to fully eradicate paper processes. The U.S. Digital Service is helping push agencies further toward meeting that goal.
Rob Leahy spent the last almost two years as deputy CIO for the Office of Personnel Management and now decided to return to the IRS where he spent most of his career.
The Veteran Affairs Department has been told it can help stem the rise in veteran suicides by speeding the hiring process for mental health workers.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new report for the Government Accountability Office critiqued the Homeland Security Department’s implementation of the Cybersecurity Workforce Assessment Act.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service and the Federal Communications Commission are further along with using dev/ops to modernize applications in the cloud.
Mark Schwartz, the chief information officer at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service in the Homeland Security Department, is the second high-profile CIO who announces plans to leave government in the coming month.
Multiple industry sources confirmed that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) will not to take part in the pilot test that was expected to begin in 2017. That decision comes as GSA’s 18F awards Equifax a contract for identity proofing and fraud detection.
DHS, EPA, 18F and others are developing separate contracts for dev/ops services, creating both a much needed culture change, but possibly also another area where contract proliferation and duplication reign.