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What Every CIO (Current and Aspiring) Needs to Know
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.
The intel agency is hacking hiring rules to fill three new digital teams in its quest for data dominance.
The Electronic Immigration System, used to process naturalization documents, has major issues.
Congress expressed its support for VA's electronic health records contract with Cerner, but promised to keep a close watch on its implementation.
Immigration issues could derail negotiations to fund the government for the rest of fiscal 2018.
The small business portion of the contract vehicle is valued at a maximum $15 billion.
During the past four years, Los Angeles has centralized its cyber operations using models developed by the federal government and industry sectors.
New Administrator Emily Webster Murphy has extensive experience in acquisition.
Less than one in five think lawmakers should use a shutdown as political leverage.
An audit found the agency falls short of federal privacy requirements
Politely questioning a peer is one thing but questioning a junior colleague or supervisor is almost impossible.
The government’s most innovative agency increased employee satisfaction for the sixth year in a row.
Chief information security officers need to efficiently use the resources at hand while planning for the future.
Kirstjen Nielsen has a more extensive cybersecurity background than any previous Homeland Security leader.
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