Code for America CEO says nonprofit will ‘continue to act in good faith’ during union recognition talks
Amanda Renteria’s comments come as the nonprofit appoints law firms Bredhoff Kaiser and Jackson Lewis to work on union recognition negotiations.
Technologist Waldo Jaquith joins GSA as senior adviser to Carnahan
Waldo Jaquith previously launched the State Software Collaborative with Carnahan at Georgetown's Beeck Center.
Department of Transportation fills CIO vacancy
Cordell Schachter was formerly CTO of the New York City Department of Transportation.
GSA names Raylene Yung director of Tech Modernization Fund
Yung earlier this month stepped down as CEO of the nonprofit U.S. Digital Response.
DOD deputy secretary sets Jan. 1 deadline for transferal of chief management officer assets
Data oversight responsibilities from the now-defunct role will fall to the DOD CIO and chief data officer.
GSA seeks online learning providers for upskilling pilot across 24 agencies
GSA wants online universities and tech companies to provide pay-for-access content across 54 competencies.
Mina Hsiang appointed USDS administrator
Hsiang was an early member of USDS, working to fix Healthcare.gov.
Department of Veterans Affairs appoints Neil Evans as acting CIO
He takes over from Dominic Cussatt, who has joined the State Department in a dual role.
White House launches US Digital Corps
The fellowship is designed to place early-career software engineers, data scientists and other technologists at federal agencies.
Enabling an anywhere workforce in government
Technology leaders at U.S. Census Bureau, the State of Ohio and Dell Technologies describe how public sector agencies shifted cultural as well as IT gears during the pandemic.