federal IT

  • Coalition forms to keep federal IT reform on track

    TechAmerica has put together the Commission on Government Technology Opportunity in the 21st Century.

  • IT contractors speak out and weigh in

    In the wake of the Obama Administration’s decision to halt or review billions of dollars worth of information technology programs, TechAmerica Foundation is convening a group of experts from industry and academia to provide recommendations for improving the way the federal government purchases and implements IT systems. Co-vice-chair Renny DiPentima explains.

  • Some cloud services altering long-term federal IT

    Shawn McCarthy is the research director at IDC Government Insights.

  • Protecting the mobile environment

    Host John Gilroy is joined by AirPatrol Corporation CTO Tom Kellermann. They will discuss how to control data leakage from mobile devices. November 22, 2011

  • Top 3 for 2013 – Bob Otto on federal IT

    Bob Otto, executive vice president at Agilex Technologies and the former chief information officer at the Postal Service, shares his technology predictions for next year as part of the special feature Top 3 for 2013

  • All things federal IT

    Federal News Radio Executive Editor Jason Miller joins host Mark Amtower to talk about a number of Federal IT issues. December 9, 2013

  • All things federal IT

    Federal News Radio Executive Editor Jason Miller joins host Mark Amtower to talk about a number of Federal IT issues. January 13, 2014

  • Emily Kopp, Reporter, Federal News Radio

    Filling the cyber talent pipeline. That’s one of the challenges experts in the government and contracting community describe when they talk about the future of the cyber workforce. Yet the skill set hiring managers look for might be changing. Four federal IT leaders talked about their perfect IT hires at an event hosted by ACT-IAC. Federal News Radio’s Emily Kopp joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with details.

  • Afzal Bari, Senior Technology Analyst, Bloomberg Government

    Hewlett-Packard Company Chairman Meg Whitman has announced plans to split the tech giant into two separate, publicly traded companies. One of the resulting companies will make and market PCs and printers. The other will focus on enterprise hardware, software and services. HP is the sixth largest federal IT contractor on the Washington Technology list of the top one hundred. So the split could have implications for agencies that buy HP products and services. Afzal Bari, senior technology analyst with Bloomberg Government, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with some insight.

  • If only Maytag made computers

    Everywhere you look, the government is crying out for modernization.