An early look shows broad agreement between House and Senate appropriators, but some battles still loom over the details of tech policy.
Because keeping cyber intruders out is increasingly difficult, the focus should be on finding them quickly and assessing the threat, says Adm. Michael Rogers.
Customs and Border Protection's programs for speeding travelers through line are yielding results, but getting people enrolled in the first place is slow going.
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden details his role in helping intelligence agency CIOs solve pressing technical problems.
Technical chops and hard work are still critical, but advancing into agency leadership demands a much broader skill set.
The outgoing leader of GSA's Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies discusses the value of moving from government to industry and back.
Former DOD CIO suggests another government job is unlikely.
Though the contracting system is relatively low-tech -- its underlying application cost less than $1 million -- it could have profound implications for DOD policy planning.
With bio-engineering projects now handled by a dedicated office, MTO is looking at spectrum use and extending Moore's Law.
The Office of Personnel Management hopes combining databases on those with access to clearance investigations will bolster security.
Unmanned aerial systems are steadily spreading from military and intelligence missions to civilian agencies, but it can be a bumpy ride.
The White House Energy Datapalooza highlighted what the Obama administration says are money-saving -- and planet-saving -- uses of big data.