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Online Chat: Joe Klimavicz, CIO, Justice Department

Joe Klimavicz, the Justice Department's chief information officer, joins Federal News Radio for a free online chat on March 4 to discuss his IT priorities around streamlining IT operations to better serve customers; transitioning IT services to a service broker model; and improving and standardizing IT portfolio management.

Tags: Joe Klimavicz , DoJ , online chat , technology , CIO , information technology , Jason Miller , Ask the CIO , Symantec

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Jason Miller, Executive Editor, Federal News Radio

Cybersecurity remains one of the biggest hurdles to widespread use of cloud computing across the government. But a new type of data encryption may be the answer to those who still question if their data will be safe in the cloud. Federal News Radio's executive editor Jason Miller joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin with details on what some federal chief information officers see as the key to security in the cloud.

Tags: Jason Miller , Tom Temin , Federal Drive , cybersecurity , Cloud computing , In Depth

Friday - 02/27/2015, 09:48am EST
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DHS, GSA kick off CDM phase 2 with $29M deal

Knowledge Consulting Group will implement tools and services from three vendors on the Homeland Security Department's network.

Tags: technology , cybersecurity , DHS , GSA , Knowledge Consulting Group Inc. , McAfee , Splunk , ForeScout , Continuous diagnostics and mitigation program , bid protest , Inside the Reporters Notebook , Jason Miller

Friday - 02/27/2015, 04:20pm EST

Tangherlini moves quickly from GSA to new job at private equity real estate firm

Former GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini will start a new job as chief operating officer of Artemis Real Estate Partners on March 30.

Tags: people , industry , Dan Tangherlini , GSA , Artemis Real Estate Partners , real property , Denise Turner Roth , Penny Pritzker , Jason Miller

Friday - 02/27/2015, 11:50am EST

DHS Secretary Johnson baffled by 'absurd' budget conversation

A vote in the Senate could come as early as Thursday on a bill that would fund the Homeland Security Department beyond this Friday. If passed, the bill would still have to clear the House, before being sent to the President's desk. While Congress was busy making moves Wednesday, DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson went on the offensive to ensure Congress doesn't shut down his department. 30,000 DHS workers would be sent home and the trickle-down effect on state and local governments and law enforcement organizations would worsen if Congress doesn't pass a bill, Johnson said.

Tags: budget , DHS , Jeh Johnson , Congress , shutdown , John Boehner , Bennie Thompson , Ron Johnson , Jason Miller , workforce , Tom Ridge , Michael Chertoff

Wednesday - 02/25/2015, 12:31pm EST

Justice applying lessons learned in kindergarten to IT

Joe Klimavicz, the Justice Department's chief information officer, said shared services needs to be part of the culture of the organization. His office launched version 1 of the IT shared services catalog late last year.

Tags: technology , Justice Department , Joe Klimavicz , Shared services , workforce , Customer service , Cloud computing , Ask the CIO , Jason Miller

Thursday - 02/26/2015, 10:08am EST
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Jason Miller, Executive Editor, Federal News Radio

The Secretary of Homeland Security and two of his predecessors are calling on lawmakers to remove the politics from the debate over funding the department. Jeh Johnson, the current DHS secretary, and Michael Chertoff and Tom Ridge, DHS leaders under former President George W. Bush, berated the decision of Congress to tie DHS funding to the immigration debate. Federal News Radio Executive Editor Jason Miller tells In Depth with Francis Rose about the latest with impending partial DHS shutdown and what it will mean to agency employees and contractors.

Tags: Jason Miller , DHS , shutdown , budget , Congress , Jeh Johnson , In Depth

Wednesday - 02/25/2015, 05:41pm EST
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VA seeks budget help to beat back backlog of disability claims appeals

The Veterans Affairs Department is requesting $20 million in fiscal 2016 to move its appeals processes from a mix of paper and electronic processes to only electronic. The additional funding is part of VA's $4.13 billion IT request to Congress.

Tags: technology , cybersecurity , VA , Steph Warren , budget , Health IT , Disability backlog , Appeals backlog , Jason Miller

Wednesday - 02/25/2015, 03:58am EST

Jason Miller, Executive Editor, Federal News Radio

The Veterans Affairs Department is attacking its appeals backlog much in the same way it took on its disability claims backlog. VA is using a combination of technology and old-fashioned process improvements to deal with an appeals backlog that has grown by 15 percent over the last two years. Federal News Radio's executive editor Jason Miller joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with more details on VA's plans to decrease the appeals backlog.

Tags: Jason Miller , Tom Temin , Federal Drive , Veterans Affairs , Disability backlog

Wednesday - 02/25/2015, 09:51am EST
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