The Myers-Briggs Company Wants to Bring Personality Tests to Work

Understanding your coworkers' personalities could be a crucial element in team building.

About One-Fourth of Government Web Domains Still Lack Top-Level Encryption

The most recent deadline for government sites to be HTTPS-protected passed in February.

Tech Modernization is About Cybersecurity, Federal CIO Says

Security requires a modern tech architecture, CIO Suzette Kent said.

GSA Hopes eBuy Transparency Will Lead To More Competition, Not More Protests

A select group of buyers will be posting their award information on FedBizOpps during the one-year pilot.

GSA Releases Customer Experience Playbook

The government released a go-to guide for customer experience practitioners.

Pentagon to Young Techies: We Want You (To Come Work for Government)

The Defense Department is trying new methods of engagement to recruit young tech talent.

Global Cyber Workforce Shortage Mirrors Government’s Struggle

The lack of qualified cyber workers outpaces concerns about budget and resources for a large share of the cyber workforce.

FEMA Wants a New Way to Verify Survivors After Disasters

The new system will need to handle up to 750,000 cases at the same time to ensure survivors get what they need while fraudsters get shut out.

Tech Industry Group Dissolves Public Sector Division

An Information Technology Industry Council reorganization is changing how it will push for government IT issues.

Only Two-Thirds of Federal Domains Meet Email Security Deadline

The government still plans to reach near 100 percent compliance in the “near future,” DHS official says.

Is Turning Off Your Notifications the Ultimate Productivity Hack?

Periodic pings about the recent past can be the enemy of staying in the present.

USDA Saved Millions So Far Due to Centers of Excellence

The Agriculture Department has avoided $26 million in spending due to the first phase of its modernization effort.

The State of Cybersecurity

Federal agencies surge to combat ever-growing threats—but is it enough?

Microsoft, Amazon CEOs Stand By Defense Work After Google Bails on JEDI

The leaders of two contenders for the Pentagon’s JEDI cloud contract sounded off on Google’s decision not to bid.

No Easy Fix for Silicon Valley Angst About Government Contracts

CBP’s acquisitions chief urges patience, understanding over protests against border contracts.

FBI Drops Full and Open Competition for $5 Billion IT Recompete

The bureau will turn to GSA’s schedules to fill out its IT Supplies and Support Services contract.