Health experts seek separation of IT and policy contracts at national organ transplant network
Health IT experts have called for the federal government to separate the technology and policy arms of the United Network for Organ Sharing.
A three-stage approach to digitizing documents and workflows
A new report proposes a creative approach to modernizing document-based government services, making them accessible, inclusive, user-centric and mobile-friendly.
VA Cerner EHR system goes down for over 4 hours due to patient database corruption issue
The outage affected VA, DOD and Coast Guard sites and left medical staff recording patient information on paper documentation.
TMF Board allocates funding for three new IT modernization projects
The latest funding round totals $26.8M and will support projects at the Department of Labor, AmeriCorps, and USAID.
GSA’s Carnahan, other federal IT leaders met with House majority leader to discuss TMF funding
The conversation with Rep. Hoyer is understood to have focused on how best to support and expand the work of the fund.
GSA expanding use of COMET blanket purchase agreement: CIO Shive
The agency is also piloting "instant" job offers following interviews with its technologists.
VA names functional champion for electronic health record modernization program
Dr. David Massaro will represent the Veterans Health Administration in the program and lead initiatives to support frontline medical staff.
US Digital Service calls for outdated organ transplant system’s shakeup: report
USDS identified three alternatives to the Organ Procurement Transplant Network, which has crashed a total of 17 days since 1999.
FITARA has helped agencies save $24.8B on federal IT projects: GAO leader
Carol Harris says about 82% of federal government IT projects are now being developed using best practices set out in the FITARA scorecard.
Watchdog calls on US Courts to establish IT workforce recruiting strategy
GAO also says the administrative office of the U.S. Courts should appoint a chief information officer.