IRS CIO Garza to retire

Garza has been with the IRS since 1984, helping implement a multi-billion-dollar IT modernization program.

transition news

New chief technology officer in at DHS

by Dave Nyczepir • 3 months ago

The former acting CTO is leaving DHS for Navy Federal Credit Union.

Still here: All the things that happened with 18F, the USDS and the PIF program in 2017

by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier • 2 years ago

A look back at FedScoop's reporting on these three signature tech talent initiatives.

Comings, goings and openings: the 2017 CIO shuffle

by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier • 2 years ago

As the year draws to a close, here's where the offices of the CIO at the federal government's major agencies stand.

GSA looking for vendor support to launch White House’s IT modernization centers of excellence

by Billy Mitchell • 2 years ago

The agency issued a solicitation in search of "professional services to assist GSA in developing and launching the CoE service delivery model to agencies."

White House: Top-level commitment led to USDA choice for modernization center of excellence

by Carten Cordell • 2 years ago

A senior adviser said the decision to tap the USDA for the first center of excellence came down to the across-the-board support from agency leadership.

White House takes We the People petition site down for maintenance

by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier • 2 years ago

All previously existing petitions and signatures will be there when the site relaunches in "late January," an official told FedScoop.

ICYMI: Which kind of legacy are federal CIOs leaving behind?

by Casey Coleman • 2 years ago

Make the decision to put your agency in a winning position for the future.

The Presidential Innovation Fellowship program cruises along after surviving its first transition

by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier • 2 years ago

Acting executive director Ben Willman discusses what the TALENT Act and the new administration has, or hasn't, changed.

Rob Cook to leave GSA after TTS leadership shakeup

by Billy Mitchell • 2 years ago

Cook won't take the role offered to him after he was told Monday he'd be replaced.

Private investigator pleads guilty to trying to use FAFSA e-vulnerability to get Trump’s tax details

by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier • 2 years ago

The IRS and Department of Education disclosed the vulnerability, and launched an investigation into possible exploits, in March.

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