Securities and Exchange Commission

How the 2012 Facebook IPO filing taught the SEC that IT modernization never ends

by Billy Mitchell • 1 month ago

The online pandemonium crashed a key SEC website, and the agency learned a thing or two about scalability.

SEC looking for chief risk officer to help with cyber

by Carten Cordell • 5 months ago

In the wake of the 2016 hack of one of its key databases, the SEC is looking to adopt a chief risk officer to oversee the data it collects and protect it.

SEC sets the stage for an IT overhaul

by Carten Cordell • 7 months ago

The new contract is known as ONE OIT.

GSA, experienced agencies can do more for EIS transition, GAO says

by Carten Cordell • 10 months ago

A new report says GSA and other agencies could be doing more to make the shift to the $50-billion telecommunications contract go smoothly.

Federal telework has ‘some barriers’ to success, GAO says

by Evan Fallor • 1 year ago

The Government Accountability Office recently made recommendations to four federal agencies that it said would improve telework agreements and data reporting among the federal government's growing number of remote workers.

SEC moves closer to requiring open format for company filings

by Evan Fallor • 1 year ago

The SEC this week voted for a rule change requiring public companies to file financial statements with an open format known as Inline XBRL.