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Federal CIO Roundup: Who Is Leaving, Moving or Coming In?

There has been a great deal of movement among federal IT leadership ranks in the past month.

About // FedTech magazine deeply explores the critical issues federal IT leaders face as they evaluate and implement technology solutions to enhance their agency's or department's mission. FedTech is published by CDW, headquartered in Vernon Hills, Ill.

Will EIS Spur Agencies to Truly Modernize Their Networks?

Agencies have an opportunity to leap ahead to a new generation of network technology.

IT Hiring Under Trump: Will Agencies Have Funding for More Cyberexperts?

Despite a temporary hiring freeze earlier this year, experts say agencies must attract IT workers to government.

3 Ways Feds Can Get More from Their Data

Agencies need a strong network foundation, a culture of collaboration and solid partners to make the most of the data they collect.

U.S. Cyber Command’s 3 Largest IT Challenges

The command’s CIO says that integration between branches and commands, the speed of cybersecurity acquisitions and proper analysis are key concerns.

Virtual Reality Helps FEMA, VA Bring Their Missions to Life

Agencies can enhance therapy and training with VR due to increased availability and lower price points.

What Is a DMZ Network and How Can It Improve Your Security?

A DMZ can help federal IT officials segregate network data while also allowing them to share data with the public.

What Is the Future of IT Purchasing? Less Hardware, More Services

By reducing hardware purchases and focusing on cloud solutions, federal agencies are able to reinvest time and money into their core mission.

It's Not Top Secret: The Intelligence Community Encourages Data Sharing

Sharing data can improve trust between agencies and minimize IT overlap.

The Congressman at the Forefront of Federal IT Modernization

Rep. Will Hurd says the debate about using the cloud is over and further modernization should begin.