Robert Brese, chief information officer at the Energy Department, described in a new blog post how the agency has made it easier to find alternative-fuel stations.
The recent approval of the Samsung Knox to be used on Defense Department networks reflected a paradigm shift in the Defense Information Systems Agency’s business processes, the agency said Friday.
The National Information Exchange Model Program plans to release the third version of the model in beta next month, Executive Director Donna Roy said in an interview with FedScoop.
The federal technology community celebrates the 1-year anniversary of the Digital Government Strategy, plus we preview FedTalks.
The federal government has been given its “permission slip to innovate,” U.S. Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel said Thursday when discussing the 1-year anniversary of the Digital Government Strategy.
The federal government celebrated the 1-year anniversary of the Digital Government Strategy on Thursday, highlighting the initiatives and programs developed over the past year. To help make sense of the different projects, FedScoop has created a guide that sums up the progress following the release of the framework.
Former U.S. Chief Information Officer Vivek Kundra sat down with FedScoop Radio on Wednesday to discuss the latest in his career, the emergence of cloud computing in governments around the world and his outlook on the future of computing.
The Defense Department will seek a commercial solution for electronic health records instead of adopting the Veterans Affairs Department’s own Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture otherwise known as VistA.
The General Services Administration announced the awarding of a new governmentwide blanket purchase agreement that will allow the federal government to consolidate its wireless service plans and centralize management.
The federal Chief Information Officers Council, in partnership with the Department of Homeland Security, will soon publish a concept of operations to implement continuous monitoring in the federal government, Deputy U.S. CIO Lisa Schlosser told Management of Change conference attendees.
Amazon Web Services became the first vendor to receive agency authority to operate under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program when the Health and Human Services Department granted the company two ATOs.
U.S. Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel has been asked by Office of Management and Budget Director Sylvia Burwell to lead OMB’s management team on an interim basis until a new deputy director for management is confirmed, a White House official confirmed to FedScoop.
The Doors will forever be Jim Morrison’s band, his writing and baritone voice the hallmarks of one of the most controversial – and greatest bands – to ever exist. But second to Morrison, one could argue the biggest key to the beauty of The Doors was the playing of keyboardist Ran Manzarek, who died Monday at the age of 74.
The Commerce Department has dramatically changed its information technology structure over the past year, delegating more authority to its 12 bureaus to better manage their own IT portfolios and providing stronger oversight from the department’s headquarters.
The Defense Department’s inspector general audited six Pentagon enterprise resources planning systems last year and found they were experiencing cost overruns of more than $8 billion and delays anywhere between 1.5 to 12.5 years.
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A new report from Inspector General Brian Miller found the “Peer-2-Peer” awards lacked transparency and hid some of its practices from the Office of Personnel Management.
The Defense Information Systems Agency on Friday announced the approval of the Apple iOS 6 Security Technical Implementation Guide or STIG.
TechAmerica’s Matthew Kazmierczak discusses the recently released Cyberstates report that breaks down the technology workforce in each of the nation’s 50 states.