The first priority is to right the cost-recovery issues highlighted first by GAO and the IG, according to GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth.
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The Columbia University report advocates more transparency about the government review process for previously unknown computer vulnerabilities.
U.S. Chief Information Officer Tony Scott unveiled Code.gov on Thursday.
The department is hosting a $680,000 challenge for virtual and augmented reality ideas.
It’s another part of the state's election contingency plans, which also include additional paper ballots and paper versions of the voter registration lists.
Tracee Boxley is replacing former CIO Chuck Riddle, who moved to SEC.
Agency plans include ubiquitous mobility and connectivity.
The Government Accountability Office is properly wiping its defunct electronics of sensitive data, an inspector general review finds.
The school with the highest participation through March 2017 will win a cash prize to fund its cybersecurity programs.
“What we’ve tried to tell GAO is, in this case, you don’t measure JIE—you have to measure the components,” Terry Halvorsen said.