January 26, 2015
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While technology has rapidly evolved, the password has not, Nervepoint Technologies' Lee David Painter said.
The Department of Homeland Security's fiscal 2015 IT budget is estimated to be $5.8 billion. We've got a look at what the agency is likely to spend that money on.
January 23, 2015
Two reports released this week show that everything — threat factors, cloud adoption and security budgets — is growing. But organizations' data may not be any safer.
The General Services Administration will begin rolling out microchip-enabled bank cards to federal employees this month in compliance with the president's October executive order on improving consumer security.
December 30, 2014
More agencies may realize their role as data brokers for the rest of the country, one expert said.
December 29, 2014
When the Interior Department’s Office of Natural Resources Revenue received a presidential innovation fellow, Judith Wilson, the lead of the U.S. Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative secretariat didn’t know that it would lead to the launch of the department’s new revenue open data portal, but she’s glad it did.
December 22, 2014
Less than a week after the Federal Information Technology Acquisition and Reform Act and several cybersecurity-related pieces of legislation passed the U.S. House and Senate to close out the 113th Congress, the head of the next Congress’ Oversight and Government Reform Committee announced a new subcommittee devoted solely to IT.
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National Science Foundation Chief Technology Officer Jose Munoz is our FedMentor of the week!
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December 10, 2014
Paul Bove, social media lead at the Food and Drug Administration, spoke with FedScoop TV at FedTalks 2014 about his career as a civil servant.
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