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The man behind some of the government's most important tech efforts in recent decades announced his retirement.
Following the worst weather year ever, the federal government is investing heavily in supercomputing to improve forecasting.
The potential footprint makes 2014’s Heartbleed look like an op-forces training exercise.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee provided five new directives to the Government Accountability Office related to ensuring the government maximizes its tech investments.
The agency doesn't have a backup system in place if another outage happens, the watchdog said.
IT teams often have the tools to find network vulnerabilities. What they don't have is the manpower to fix them all.
Federal agencies and their IT teams must adapt from a hardware-centric model to an increasingly software-defined world.
A House oversight committee pushed IT leaders to set more ambitious upgrade goals after its fifth assessment of federal agencies’ technology.
Well-placed backup and recovery systems can help keep government systems running.
A handful of agencies are doing the bulk of the government's consolidation and that's a problem, GAO said.
Progress on closing data centers is mixed and the government’s optimization efforts are worse.
“What we’ve tried to tell GAO is, in this case, you don’t measure JIE—you have to measure the components,” Terry Halvorsen said.
In many ways, DOD’s use of cloud computing is not so different from non-IT Fortune 50 companies, Halvorsen said.
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