Maria Roat: Agencies must keep emerging tech in mind as they modernize security
Quantum computing, in particular, should be accounted for as agencies build zero-trust security architectures, said the deputy federal CIO.
George Washington U. CIO resigns during layoffs, IT restructuring
CIO Loretta Early stepped down as dozens of technology staff are being laid off as part of George Washington University's IT consolidation initiative.
Working from home has changed the way the Air Force shops for new IT
Now, vendors are only a video call away, any day of the week.
DOD working to expand telework to support classified information
The DOD wants its teleworking platform to handle classified information as it looks to keep remote work a reality for the long-term.
Remote work to be a 'lasting feature' for state IT offices
Several state CIOs predict that widespread telework will linger in government long after the COVID-19 pandemic ends.
For federal CIOs, telework boom shows how existing IT investments pay off in new ways
It's no secret: IT modernization investments are paying off in a big way, say tech leaders at federal agencies.
DOD launches task force of CIOs to combat teleworking challenges
The DOD has set up a CIO-led task force on "teleworking readiness" as employees work from home on an unprecedented scale.
NSA chief information officer role remains ‘ambiguous’
Failure to clarify the position's authorities and responsibilities means the agency might not be getting the most out of its IT, according to NSA OIG.
Hildebrand touts organic transformation as she departs DOT
From the moment Vicki Hildebrand became CIO at the Department of Transportation in October 2017, she made a point to drive small victories that served the integral elements of an enterprisewide transformation. Tasked with modernizing the IT infrastructure of a department with 11 component agencies, Hildebrand, a former Hewlett-Packard executive, sought to bolster DOT’s cybersecurity