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Will IT Modernization Push Greater Adoption of Shared Services at Federal Agencies?

Although legislation to formalize and fund federal technology upgrades has stalled, the drive to adopt shared services has not.

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DISA Hunts for New Tech to Protect Against Insider Threats

The Defense Information Systems Agency is seeking input from industry on how best to root out insider vulnerabilities on the DOD network.

DHS, FEMA and USDA Officials Urge IT Focus on Outcomes, Risk-Taking

To truly modernize federal IT and make the most of digital transformations, agencies and their IT leaders cannot be afraid of failure, officials said.

3 Ways Identity and Access Management Makes Agencies More Efficient and Secure

IAM solutions offer workflow and other benefits to both administrators and end users.

FCC, DHS Officials Stress Importance of Cloud, AI as Tech Evolves

As federal IT environments receive 21st-century updates, leaders highlight the importance of the cloud as an underpinning technology.

The First Question Every Federal CIO Should Ask

How the Transportation Department discovered 200 unexpected devices on its networks.

Microsoft Gets the Pentagon’s Highest Cloud Security Rating for Unclassified Data

What does it mean, and what does it take, to achieve a Level 5 provisional authority to operate certification?

OPM Urges Creation of Secure and Modern NBIB to Handle Background Investigations

Outgoing OPM Director Beth Cobert says the agency will benefit from an IT partnership with DOD.

DHS Makes Progress on Improving Information System Security

The inspector general’s report recommends the agency take additional steps, such as accelerating the use of personal identity verification cards for all privileged access account holders.

Which Federal CIOs Are Sticking Around in the Trump Administration?

As the federal IT leadership changes amid the transition to a new administration, there is hope that career civil servants will maintain stability while new CIOs are brought in.

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