Government eyes ‘supporting role’ in identity management
Companies want to be your identity service providers and see the Social Security Administration as a test case for making verification more consistent and interoperable.
Federal data strategy formulates around CDOs, incentivizes sharing
“Frankly, right now, when you look at our website it’s ‘Where’s Waldo? We should be pushing data to you," said the Department of Energy CIO.
CMS data sharing critical to flood of apps for Medicare beneficiaries
The agency also curbed “shadow IT” to promote more robust apps, said CIO Rajiv Uppal.
At SXSW, HHS outlines the stumbling blocks to sharing data
HHS CTO Bruce Greenstein sees the open data movement as a “baton” in a relay race — but it's riddled with stumbling blocks.
Halvorsen makes Silicon Valley trip with NATO, allied CIOs
Pentagon CIO Terry Halvorsen is on the West Coast this week talking to the big names in tech — and he will be joined by his counterparts from NATO and the militaries of several U.S. allies.