The bill is aimed at giving the Department of Homeland Security more flexibility in hiring cybersecurity specialists.
The House is revisiting IT reform as part of the annual Pentagon policy measure, but it's not clear if the Senate will play ball.
ICS-CERT typically does not provide much detail when reporting incursions, but it made an exception for two recent cases to highlight the dangers.
Civilian agencies' approach to cloud security is now a key part of the Pentagon's process.
HHS CTO Bryan Sivak said he wants to "make it easier to digest and run procurements."
As Treasury moves to implement the Data Act, potential costs and agency buy-in remain concerns.
An industry analyst said the agency virtually guaranteed protests by using written debriefings instead of face-to-face meetings with unsuccessful vendors.
The Justice Department accused five officers from a People’s Liberation Army hacking unit with stealing proprietary information from U.S. companies and a labor union.
GSA has awarded contracts to 74 companies under the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services program.
Computers based on the neural network of the human brain would be ideal for operating UAVs and solving big-data problems.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency work on Middle East Respiratory Syndrome is one of the first big tests for its nascent Biological Technologies Office.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's app integrates demography, migration and health data to analyze the potential spread of the disease.