GAO's ruling in the protest of the CIA cloud services contract sheds light on how the agency conducted the procurement.
Three years after the first pilot, the Postal Service has delivered more than 50 projects using agile methodologies.
Experts say the massive scale of metadata that the NSA is collecting represents a daunting challenge in finding useful information within it.
A report reveals that some USCG laptops don't meet the service's own security standards.
Halfway to the executive order's deadline, best practices and clear standards are taking shape.
Remember Clipper Chip? Carnivore? The current debate over domestic monitoring isn't the first such controversy.
Document aims to 'demystify the process of selecting cloud-based services.'
Gen. Keith Alexander answers questions about information gathering, security clearance process.
Data mining experts explain what predictive analytics on a massive scale would entail.
A new poll reveals that a majority of Americans are ok with the NSA tracking telephone calls, but fewer approve of email monitoring.
With heat maps, predictive modeling and data streams provided by private-sector firms, USPS' RADR system sounds like an intelligence project -- minus all the secrecy.
The once-secretive government lab that gave birth to the atomic bomb now offers history and news to anyone with an iPhone.