Profile of J. Nicholas HooverSenior Editor, InformationWeek Government
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Articles by J. Nicholas Hoover
posted in January 2012
As White House continues to push cloud computing, federal IT managers still worry about security and costs, Ponemon survey finds.
Six former employees and contractors of the Food and Drug Administration have filed suit, saying documents show the agency monitored their personal email and retaliated against their whistleblowing.
Chopra, the first person to hold the federal CTO post and a strong voice behind Obama administration efforts on open government, will depart in February.
Defense department's advisory board urges military to give DOD CIO more authority to drive data center consolidation and cloud computing.
Secure, interoperable radio network project created in the wake of 9/11 attacks may be headed for failure, with $356 million already spent, says report by DOJ''s inspector general.
House website provides machine-readable legislation, while iPad app gives users access to the full Congressional Record.
Novel cooling system turns normal groundwater into big savings for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, which is running a new 162 teraflop supercomputer, Olympus.
The agency will rely on private apps developed using National Weather Service data rather than developing apps itself, but weather service union is calling the move tantamount to privatization.