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What Every CIO (Current and Aspiring) Needs to Know
Meetings are a serious drain on an organization’s time and resources.
While there's no magic number for R&D spending, the Pentagon is spending less than experts recommend.
Move over IT, you’re not the only complicated procurement anymore.
The department aims to be the civilian leader in unmanned systems, flying nearly 5,000 missions last year alone.
A Homeland Security Department advisory group wants to help emergency responders control the social media conversation.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise submitted a protest the same day the DISA posted the award notice.
Think four documents or fewer for Multiple Award Schedules offers.
This year’s flu season has been especially deadly.
Don't get scammed this tax season.
The defense agency didn’t sufficiently explain why it picked a cheaper but riskier bid.
And per usual, legacy IT and lack of employee expertise are challenges.
The FBI is asking industry for ideas regarding the adoption of cloud computing.
Health Net of California—a provider under the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program—is refusing to comply with a contractually obligated inspector general audit.
Design can be a liability.
Honest feedback is at the heart of their shared success.
By 2022, the agency plans to use biometrics to identify 97 percent of travelers flying out of the country.
The task force will examine cyber efforts to undermine elections and critical infrastructure.
As the Defense Department beefs up its cyber threat hunting capabilities, it's taken a slower approach toward modernizing GPS.
“If the Internet Research Agency were a start-up media company, they probably would not be picking up a fresh round of venture capital.”
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