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Former FBI Director: For Cyber, Tough Questions Must Come from the Top

Robert S. Mueller III says that an organization’s leaders cannot afford to delegate IT security decisions and need to be fully engaged on the issue.

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Army’s New Cloud Contract Is Expected to Spur Data Center Consolidation

A partnership between the Army and IBM is designed to improve security and help transition applications to the cloud.

How to Make Cloud Migrations Smoother and More Successful

Federal officials say their cloud migrations have not been successful, according to a Deloitte survey, but there are steps they can take to improve them.

What Is the Future of the U.S. Digital Service?

The fate of the digital fix-it shop within the government is up in the air, but its proponents want it to stick around for a long time to come.

President Trump’s 2018 Budget Calls for $1.5 Billion Increase in DHS Cyber Funding

Trump’s homeland security adviser also says that there will not be an “overnight modernization” of federal IT.

DOD, TSA, HHS Start to Reap Benefits from Windows 10

With governmentwide adoption of Microsoft's platform underway, feds are starting to see faster boot times and improved app performance.

How NASA Saved $100 Million on Software Licenses

Using a specialized Software Asset Management tool and other strategies, the space agency uncovered software consolidation opportunities.

Q&A: Jim Tunnessen Thinks Virtual Reality Should Replace VCRs in IT Modernization Push

Agencies need to change their cultures to effectively update their technology, says federal IT veteran Tunnessen, who is now the chief digital officer for Voice of America.

Want to Stop a Cyberattack? Try a Fake Phishing Scam to Train Your Employees

As cybersecurity threats advance, federal officials must change how they train employees and respond to attacks.

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