Former presidential adviser Richard A. Clarke joins security firm Identive Group.
Position is the second highest office at GPO.
Government Printing Office chief will step down after the Senate does not confirm him before its holiday break.
The departure of Edward Lazarus leaves a vacancy for a top aide to the FCC chairman.
Recent Defense Department senior executive service appointments include a post in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).
The training and services contractor is rebranding -- again -- to leave old scandals behind.
Recent personnel moves include new assignments to the Army's main acquisition office and Cyber Command.
The Army announces a new task force to target its renewable energy goals.
Online community MeriTalk offers $50,000 for the most innovative idea centered on IT that could improve government operations.
Breakthroughs in biofuels, rare earth alternatives and solar power electronics are just some of the areas DOE will focus on.
New organization will focus on fresh approach to conferences and other events touching on government technology policy and implementation.
Efforts to replace faulty network equipment have been complicated by problems with U.S. trade law.
No one in the federal IT community should be lulled into complacency by the thought that IT is a bipartisan issue, some officials say.
Meagher, a former deputy CIO at the Interior Department, will join CSC as vice president of healthcare strategy.
Anthony Tether has joined the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies' board of regents.
Industry Advisory Council elects new leadership for the coming year.
Many of the most common problems with cybersecurity could be alleviated if the federal government made a concerted effort to raise awareness and educate the public about the issues, says one expert.
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