Basic cybersecurity standards must start with procurements, experts say
Agencies will avoid becoming victims of future hacks, like the one SolarWinds experienced, by considering the risks of software before they buy.
DISA’s Vice Adm. Norton retires
The first female director of DISA, Vice Adm. Nancy Norton pushed for diversity and oversaw the military IT support agency through challenging times.
Pandemic pushed National Cancer Institute to commercial software for telemedicine, CIO says
The institute switched to Microsoft Teams for telemedicine amid the pandemic because it was quick to scale, cheap and user-friendly.
How open technology and process help the public sector innovate
Adopting cloud-native development tools can help agencies speed up application development and improve security.
2021 Best Bosses in Fed IT nominations open
Cast your nomination now for the 2021 Best Bosses in Federal IT! The Best Bosses in Federal IT list honors the CIOs, CTOs, CISOs and other technology leaders driving modernization and innovation around the federal government.
SBA adapting IT systems providing COVID-19 relief amid program changes
The Biden administration made more changes to the Paycheck Protection Program on Wednesday, necessitating tweaks to E-Tran.