Army piloting new talent management pipelines to guarantee career paths
The Army wants to retain its talented officers. So it's letting them have more predictability in their careers to keep them in uniform.
How a small group of Marines is advancing modernization with coding
The Marine Corps needs every manhour it can get. So a small group of Marines have come together to use software to make the corps more effective.
What, exactly, is a U.S. CTO?
A look back at the relatively short history of the White House's chief technology officer role and accomplishments of the first four people to hold it.
State workers more engaged with security since pandemic, CISOs say
"We have a heightened awareness of how important security is," Colorado CISO Deborah Blyth said during an online event about post-pandemic IT.
How the pandemic sparked Miami's data-driven culture shift
Miami CIO Michael Sarasti told StateScoop the city's "data-driven culture" was made legitimate by the pressures of the ongoing health crisis.
Army Cyber Command is ‘evolving’ beyond cyber-operations
Army Cyber Command's mission is "evolving" to focus on operations not strictly limited to traditional cyber operations, its command general said.
Washington CIO says many probably won't return to office
During a CISA online summit, Washington state CIO Jim Weaver said 98% of his employees "love remote work or are fine with it."
Nevada's new CIO targets tech-funding model, remote work
Alan Cunningham, who started as Nevada's new chief information officer Aug. 31, said attaining a more nimble funding model for technology projects is one of his top priorities.
Why a think tank is connecting cybersecurity volunteers with election officials
Maya Worman, executive director of the University of Chicago Harris School's Election Cyber Surge says the program aims to let election officials "know they are not out to sea."
Facing budget shortfalls, cities begin furloughing tech workers
Their finances punished by the coronavirus pandemic, cities are preparing to furlough many of their workers, and IT officials are no exemption.