Defense Department CIO is concerned the legislation might collide with internal Pentagon realignment efforts.
Current plans to trim Pentagon spending are clipping around the edges, and officials fear tougher choices will be hard for Congress to agree to.
Private-sector successor to eHealth Exchange will focus on framework for data sharing and industry cooperation.
In first official visit to the West Coast tech mecca, Commerce secretary solicits partnerships on climate data and highlights new Census tool.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has been on the defensive since it was revealed that the NSA subverted encryption standards.
Ignore fads and focus on what the agency is looking to achieve, says Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board CIO Shawn Kingsberry.
Frank Kendall, the Pentagon undersecretary in charge of acquisition, outlined some tentative plans to streamline acquisition rules, ideally before the fiscal 2015 defense funding bill.
If big data represents the search for a needle in a haystack, DARPA aims to develop technology that explains why the needle is in the stack in the first place.
Cybersecurity is one of a few areas set to receive a boost, at the expense of troop strength.
The agency wants to encourage small and midsize businesses to adopt the Cybersecurity Framework.
Debate over regulatory transparency raises questions of both privacy and process.
DISA’s online collaboration tool registers 1 million users.