Senate lawmakers let a third set of amendments to be added to the Defense Authorization bill, including the Modernizing Government Technology Act.
Is your agency overwhelmed with data? Tune in to Federal Tech Talk this week, when Craig McCullough, area vice president of U.S. Federal Sales at Commvault, discusses how his company can help you protect your agency’s data. September 19, 2017
Senate lawmakers will decide Sept. 18 whether or not to allow a third round of amendments to the National Defense Authorization bill.
The plan covers records management oversight, digitizing 500 million pages of records, and improving NARA hiring practices.
The CIO Council and OPM are hosting an IT workforce jobs fair in November focusing on filling critical IT and cyber jobs for more than 20 federal agencies.
Jennifer Kron, the acting chief information officer of the Intelligence Community up until Sept. 13, said the ICITE program is having a bigger impact on the IC than most realize.
The Volcker Alliance and the Partnership for Public Service have launched a fresh try at reforming federal civil service.
The Office of Management and Budget released its fiscal 2016 e-government implementation report to Congress in late August.
code42 Founder & CEO Meagan Metzger joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss innovation and how startups can help federal agencies solve complex information technology problems. September 11, 2017
The new report includes 22 recommendations, including the creation of a National Secure Data Service, and asking Congress to lift certain bans on data use and collection.
David Greetham, vice president of eDiscovery Sales and Operations for Ricoh USA, discusses digital forensics, eDiscovery, recent changes in the Federal Rules of Evidence, and Ricoh’s pending FedRamp ready status. September 11, 2017
Dave DeVries retired after 35 years in government including the last year as the chief information officer at OPM.
GAO’s David Wise talked about a potential regulatory gap dealing with connected cars with Federal News Radio’s Jared Serbu.
The State Department is reconsidering whether it really needs a diplomat to coordinate cybersecurity policy. Brookings visiting fellow Cameron Kerry says State should be enhancing the position, not getting rid of it.