A district court judge has ruled GSA wrongfully withheld documents for a Freedom of Information Act request looking for Trump transition team documents about the Trump Hotel.
Mike Olson, chief strategy officer at Cloudera, joins host John Gilory on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss agile software development, open source, and technical innovation in the federal government. May 8, 2018
Some agencies are linking data to performance management in order to make more informed, evidence-based decisions about spending on their programs.
VA’s REACH Vet program uses predictive analytics to alert clinicians of veterans who may be at greater risk of suicide.
Veterans have higher expectations of more convenience, new technology and a better experience with their health care, the Veterans Affairs Department said.
FTC Commissioner Terell McSweeny joined Gigi Schumm on Women of Washington to discuss her passion of helping to protect consumer privacy in the digital era.
Sponsors of the Grants Reporting Efficiency and Agreements Transparency (GREAT) Act are waiting for a Congressional Budget Office score before bringing the bill to the House floor.
What can federal IT professionals do to protect their agencies from data breaches? Find out when Nick Jovanovic, VP Federal at Thales eSecurity Federal, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk. April 9, 2018
The VA just launched a new online tool called the appeals status tracker that will allow veterans with a disability compensation appeal to track what stage of the process their appeal is in.
Following a new set of policies concerning public affairs officers, the Air Force is cutting back on interviews and base visits for journalists.
The head of the intelligence community’s advanced research agency is looking at new encryption standards that can withstand future breakthroughs in quantum computing.
April Chen, a senior product manager for Iron Mountain, provides three recommendations for agencies on how to meet the 2019 deadline for managing electronic records.
Several federal agencies are struggling to keep up with a growing number of freedom of information requests, especially as fewer documents and officials’ schedules are taken offline.
The Justice Department’s Office of Information Policy launched the first iteration of its National FOIA Portal on Thursday through a redesign of its existing FOIA.gov website.