An unprecedented wave of personal data could be heading to federal agencies
Under the national coronavirus emergency, companies don't need much permission to give up people's data to the federal government. Privacy advocates are concerned with how agencies will gather, store and utilize it.
‘CEOs are stepping up’ free-of-charge. How the tech industry is helping government during COVID-19
The tech sector is "stepping up" to help the government as it struggles with the unprecedented demand of responding to the COVID crisis and the consequent teleworking.
Google’s Todd Schroeder: ‘We need to start talking about transformation’
In a recent interview with FedScoop at the IT Modernization Summit, Schroeder explained that "we need to start talking about transformation wholesale at the enterprise, using new approaches on multi-cloud, leveraging containers, getting away from the commodities that IT has become."
Faster patents require faster IT and contracting, and USPTO’s CIO has goals in place
“We were stifling innovation at the agency for innovation," said the agency's Procurement Systems Division chief.
Beth Angerman joins Slalom after leaving government
The former GSA official will join Slalom as a client service partner Feb. 10, helping agencies migrate legacy apps to the cloud in an agile manner.
Google wins Air Force EITaaS award for IT security
The Air Force inks another OTA, this time with tech giant Google, for Enterprise IT-as-a-Service work.