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 Chief Information Officers

  1. GSA's Matthew Goodrich says the FedRAMP's joint authorization board is considering more security controls, but is weighing the benefits. Colin Kelly / Federal Times

    GSA to update federal cloud standards

    The General Services Administration is updating governmentwide standards for securing cloud solutions and expects to release those changes within the next three months.

    • Apr. 2, 2014
  2. Steven VanRoekel, Federal Chief Information Officer, says innovation will be a theme of the 2015 budget request. Rob Curtis/Staff / Gannett Government Media

    President's IT budget to focus on innovation

    Federal chief information officers can expect to see a big emphasis on innovation in the president's upcoming budget request.

    • Feb. 6, 2014
  3. The growth of shared resources such as data centers could increase the risk of network outages. DHS

    Many IT managers see significant network outages

    More than one third of IT managers experienced at least one day of unexpected network downtime over the last year, according to a survey released by NetApp Jan. 29.

    • Jan. 29, 2014
  4. USDA is preparing the ground for BYOD.

    Agriculture installs BYOD capabilities

    The Agriculture Department is one step closer to supporting employees' personal devices on its network.

    • Jan. 22, 2014
  5. DISA defends commercial cloud strategy

    The Defense Information Systems Agency is not abandoning its strategy to offer commercial cloud services, despite scrapping a planned $450 million contract for commercial data storage, web hosting and other cloud services, according to DISA officials.

    • Jan. 21, 2014
  6. Strategic plan sets federal information sharing goals

    On Jan. 9, the Information Sharing Environment program office released the Strategic Implementation Plan.

    • Jan. 17, 2014
  7. DHS awards work under $6B cyber contract

    The Department of Homeland Security has awarded work to four companies under its $6 billion cybersecurity contract.

    • Jan. 16, 2014
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