Commission issues early recommendations for better federal IT hiring
A recent staff memo weighed in on things that the government could do to be more competitive.
IRS CIO Garza to retire
Garza has been with the IRS since 1984, helping implement a multi-billion-dollar IT modernization program.
Requirement for IT supply chain risk assessments is included in bill for Commerce, Justice
The agencies would have to review the supply chain risk for new “high-impact or moderate-impact” IT systems, using criteria from the FBI and NIST.
AT&T lands NSA contract worth billions to outsource IT
The tech giant won the contract back in Oct. 2017 but DXC Technology — who was one of the bidders — protested it, halting progress. Last week, the Government Accountability Office denied the protest.
The convergence of IT and OT — and how federal CIOs can plan for it
Billions of new internet-connected devices promise big payoffs for federal enterprises, but also pose new challenges for CIOs.
Report: ransomware crooks rely on customer service to cash in
Cybercriminals infecting computers with ransomware must provide good customer service to make money.