While there was no advance indication from officials that the Healthcare.gov launch would be riddled with IT failures, the government apparently ramped up its ability to process paper applications just days before open enrollment kicked off.
As DHS' customer engagement manager, Dalboe has made it her business to explain new technology with crystal clarity.
Fifty million Medicare cards reveal their holders' Social Security numbers, exposing them to identity theft.
Two architects of the world's most massive national ID system offer some ideas to fix the technological linchpin of the healthcare reform law.
The nomination of former Department of Defense General Counsel Jeh Johnson to head the Department of Homeland Security brought mixed reactions from Congress that broke down along party lines, perhaps presaging a difficult confirmation battle.
The administration's choice to lead the department brings legal experience.
With the government shutdown lifted, GSA is finally ready to close the door on proposal submissions.
Lazzaro's efforts have helped policymakers, the medical community and businesses understand how medical offices nationwide are implementing new technology.
Google's quantum computer effort housed at NASA's Ames Research Center was another casualty of the government shutdown.
The federal government will need 10,000 cybersecurity experts in the near future. But striking the right balance is more complicated than simply recruiting and hiring new employees.
The Defense Department is learning that older hardware, no longer able to perform its original functions and destined for the scrap heap, can often be put to another use.
After more than 30 years, Voyager 1 has left the solar system, still transmitting useful data thanks to long-ago prescient IT choices.