Better Government Websites Build Trust with Citizens, Silicon Valley Lawmaker Says

Rep. Ro Khanna's customer-experience focused bill would require agencies to go all digital by 2020.

Embattled FEMA CIO Reassigned to Caribbean Post

Patsy Garnett will step in as acting CIO until a permanent replacement is hired.

Stringrays, Blocked Nominations and a Ton of Tech Bills

Congress is on a roll of tech-focused bills, including one that adds cyber positions to an agency.

The Future of Meetings Could Include Facial Recognition and AI

Microsoft's new prototype device can track everything you say in a meeting.

Marketing Your Mission and Other Ideas to Help Agencies Attract Young Talent

The administration wants more young people in its government ranks, especially in tech.

Survey: Nearly 30 Percent of Feds Report Greater Resistance to Telework

Nearly half of employees who underwent a change in telework policy said the new rules don’t fit their needs.

D.C.-Area Lawmaker Plans Bill to Protect Telework Programs

Move follows telework cutbacks at the Agriculture and Education departments.

The Value of Failing

A new research center at Columbia University is committed to figuring out how to turn failure into success.

Critical Update: Securing Elections And Diversifying The Cyber Workforce

In a special episode, Nextgov speaks with DHS cyber lead Jeanette Manfra about the government’s cyber priorities and challenges.   

Defense Bill Would Send Military Reinforcements to DHS’ Cyber Mission

The bill would also transfer most of DISA’s network defense responsibilities to U.S. Cyber Command.

How Data Geeks Can Move Their Findings Up the Ladder

Here are tips for making sure decision-makers don't ignore your analyses.

How Sharing Could Accelerate Reform

Active best practice sharing across government makes things better, faster and cheaper.

State Reauthorization Elevates Cyber Office Tillerson Once Shuttered

The House bill closely tracks a standalone bill to restore and elevate the cyber coordinator’s office.