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The agenda will include bringing more people to the table and having OMB take the lead.
The public sector can, and should, play a larger role in helping ensure massive breaches don’t happen again.
A White House cyber policy official and a cybersecurity professor both encourage students to broaden their studies beyond technology and coding.
The bill would reauthorize the Federal Communications Commision, encourage broadband development and make some changes to the commission’s oversight.
And one caucus is concerned about climate change data vanishing form federal websites.
A 20-year veteran of the bureau will facilitate the FBI’s modernization efforts as head of the Information and Technology Branch.
The White House made machine learning and autonomous systems research and development priorities this year, the deputy chief technology officer said.
Christopher Krebs has been acting chief of the cyber and infrastructure protection division since August.
Megan Smith on how to enact “radical inclusion" and why high-level leaders should seek collaboration.
The president announced his choice to lead IT policy for the entire federal government.
The new chief management officer, and his purview over IT, are part of bigger reform efforts at the Defense Department, according to a former official.
Roughly one-quarter of agency CIOs and one-third of CISOs are serving on an acting basis one year into the Trump administration.
The chief management officer position would focus on business reform but include IT and data management responsibilities.
NASCIO’s advocacy priorities cite duplicative and conflicting security regulations and audits as a waste of time and money.
A lot of IT purchases slipped by acquisition offices too, the Government Accountability Office found.
If Oprah can say "no," so can you.
Government agencies can complete effective digital transformations but it takes new technologies and management practices.
"Puntagon" bill to fund defense for a full year but non-defense for one month is a nonstarter, Democrats say.
Donald Trump’s first strategy talks about threats and nation-state competition but also signals a reluctance to compete philosophically or morally.
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