First comes better data management, then modernization, former CIOs say
Agencies looking to transform their IT infrastructures with technologies like cloud better take a long look at their data first, two former CIOs told FedScoop.
U.S. CIO Suzette Kent keys in on talent gap as root of federal cyber struggles
Asked at a hearing Wednesday how lawmakers could be of assistance in helping agencies better secure their IT infrastructures, Kent pointed immediately to a "continued focus on workforce activities."
White House wants industry input on how to build its GEAR Center
The Trump administration is looking to create a public-private partnership laboratory to research how to build a better government.
Court clears White House use of message-deleting apps on technicality
A judge ruled against a watchdog group claiming the Trump administration had violated the Presidential Records Act by using encrypted messaging apps.
Could Chris Liddell be leaving the Office of American Innovation too?
If Liddell becomes Trump's next economic adviser, what would that mean for Jared Kushner's IT modernization-focused office?
From one U.S. CIO to the next: Tony Scott on Suzette Kent’s fit, challenges
"I spent a good amount of time on the phone with her," former U.S. CIO Tony Scott told FedScoop, "and I was impressed."