Type your search and hit enter

Government | Government use of IT - News, Features, and Slideshows

News about Government | Government use of IT
  • CIO-CFO Collaboration Critical for Advancing Federal IT

    As the federal government look to cut IT costs, drive efficiencies and advance objectives, department CIOs and CFOs are urged to break down siloes within and among agencies. One idea: Eliminate multiple contracts for services that all government departments use.

    Written by Kenneth Corbin05 June 14 02:54
  • Mobile Apps Becoming Default for Government Digital Content

    In keeping with the White House's digital government initiatives, senior government technologists increasingly look to a mobile-first strategy for developing digital content and services.

    Written by Kenneth Corbin09 May 14 23:45
  • Government CIOs Face Data Center Consolidation Challenges

    Federal CIOs face pressure to consolidate their agencies' data center infrastructure. Those challenge are much bigger than just an IT, and experts advise CIOs to develop strategic plans so that consolidation improves application delivery and supports priorities such as cloud computing and virtualization.

    Written by Keneth Corbin11 April 14 03:14
  • 5 Things Cloud Providers Need to Know About Selling to the Government

    Selling cloud services to the federal government is a rigorous process. Documentation, not to the mention the word 'No,' play a big part. Here veterans of the FedRAMP cloud certification process share some tips and dispel some myths.

    Written by Kenneth Corbin04 March 14 17:17
Features about Government | Government use of IT
  • Federal CIOs Struggle to Recruit Top Tech Talent

    Government culture and compensation can make the private sector more appealing for young technologists, contributing to a talent shortfall at a time when the feds need IT expertise more than ever -- as the Healthcare.gov fiasco painfully illustrated.

    Written by Kenneth Corbin02 May 14 03:02
  • Federal CIOs Squeezed by Budgets, Executive Buy-in

    Technology chiefs in the federal government say they struggle with their role within their departments and agencies. A bill passed in the House and pending in the Senate could give federal CIOs more authority, though.

    Written by Kenneth Corbin22 April 14 04:44