Because 2020 will be the first time that the Census will rely more upon the internet than paper, the bureau has to test, roll out and connect 52 separate systems, which is a tall order for the agency.Because 2020 will be the first time that the Census will rely more upon the internet than paper, the bureau has to test, roll out and connect 52 separate systems, which is a tall order for the agency.
The General Services Administration says it’s working through a series of legislative and regulatory changes that would help agencies buy cloud computing services as a “utility.”
Results of more than 300 interviews of federal technology and acquisition experts for the Professional Services Council’s 2016 Vision conference predicts little new spending, but a lot of moving around of existing money.
Brian McGrath, the chief information officer of the Office of Justice Programs, said the bureau figured out how to make the Trusted Internet Connection work with its cloud infrastructure.
Attain CEO Greg Baroni and President Manish Agarwal join host John GIlroy to discuss how their company handles information technology for IT professionals in the federal government. November 8, 2016
Terry Halvorsen, the DoD chief information officer, signed a memo on Oct. 18 requiring military services and agencies to trust each other when accrediting and authorizing systems.
Federal News Radio received an early look at how the cloud security program known as the Federal Risk Authorization and Management Program (FedRAMP) plans to improve how it interacts with agencies and vendors next year.
The Air Force is pushing out a prototype for IT acquisition that connects vendors with end users. It’s part of the overarching Joint Information Environment (JIE), a unification effort and security boost for the department’s roughly 15,000 IT networks.
The Office of Management and Budget launched Code.gov, a repository of open source code that can pull from and use on their own. It’s part of the administration’s Federal Source Code Policy, which OMB released this summer. Yet some federal CIOs said the push for open source has the opportunity to go even one step further.
The Defense Department is taking growing pains in stride as it continues to work on its multi-year implementation plan of the cybersecurity system, the Joint Regional Security Stacks (JRSS).
This week on Federal Tech Talk, host John Gilroy speaks with Rick Gordon, managing partner of the incubation hub Mach37, and the CEOs of two companies that have worked within the Mach37 program: Tensor Wrench’s Jason Wagner and Threat Switch’s Jon Dillard. November 1, 2016
Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration says the Internal Revenue Service needs to work on strengthening the security of taxpayer information and employees if it wants a strong information technology program.
When ISC², a non-profit focused on cybersecurity education and certification, conducted a survey of chief information security officers for federal agencies, it found three major concerns that permeated the results.
Neil Hartley, U.S. head of operations for Morphis, offers best practices for agencies when deciding how best to update old technology applications and systems.
InfoZen President and CEO Raj Ananthanpillai and Susan Sparks, director of Solutions Engineering, join host John Gilroy to discuss DevOps, identity management, and software development. October 25, 2016