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What Every CIO (Current and Aspiring) Needs to Know
Here's another option when it comes to smartphone biometrics.
The Government Accountability Office also found there's not a plan to reverse it.
The far-reaching plan pushes agencies to adopt cloud and shared services.
The department’s aiming for as seamless a solution for medical records as technologically possible, VA Secretary David Shulkin said.
The Defense Department intends to award a cloud computing contract next year that could disrupt the entire federal market.
The contract may feature 61 businesses but a research firm says far fewer companies will snag most of the business.
And the Homeland Security Department's January deadline for implementation is approaching.
Lawmakers revised the controversial bill to criminalize online prostitution and added some other protections for tech companies.
The Modernizing Government Technology Act—and several other tech amendments—could have an immediate impact on the government’s tech landscape.
The subcontractor that hired the coders signed a non-prosecution deal to end a criminal investigation.
The bill would rename the division the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection Agency.
More than 300 coders and health advocates showed up for the agency’s first code-a-thon.
The personnel office nudged agencies to finish coding cybersecurity job descriptions as part of an ongoing workforce assessment.
These top emerging jobs reflect “broader societal trends.”
The department gave the bulk of the billion to 15 contractors—one of which is getting a sole-source $10 billion contract to try again.
The department taps its chief cybersecurity officer to lead the CIO shop.
Lawmakers get rebuffed trying to delay the coming net neutrality vote and start asking questions about kids using Facebook’s messaging app.
“This is happening everywhere, all the time.”
We also only reach our peak buzz of productivity one day a week.
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