Labor looks to the cloud for new digital platform

The Labor Department is in the conceptual stage of developing a enterprisewide collaborative platform to integrate and modernize the department’s various IT abilities like mobility and data sharing.

Stressed: Air Force moves to retain drone pilots

Air Force drone pilots have taken a leading role in the global fight against al-Qaida and the Islamic State. But while they might be sitting behind a computer screen in relative safety, the pace of operations has stressed the force to its limits. So, Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James unveiled a new plan Thursday designed to lighten the load and keep pilots in the military.

BREAKING: CMS’ Tavenner to step down

Marilyn Tavenner, the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, is stepping down from her position at the end of February.

The FBI is slowly rolling out a Facebook for malware

The FBI’s Malware Investigator grants users the ability to search through millions of malware files and share info with others on different versions of malicious software.

Want more women in IT? Change the approach to young girls

A group of federal CIOs — all women — said if the nation is going to be successful in attracting more women to the federal IT field it will have to change the messaging it sends to young girls in grammar school.