In an increasingly high-profile morass, the Veterans Affairs Department's tech troubles are only growing worse. Most recently, several key leaders have stepped down while the integrated health record effort stalls and a massive claims backlog remains unresolved.
The $10.9 billion Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R (GOES-R) program faces potential launch delays, cost increases and budget shortfalls.
A 30-day approval process is critical to getting new tools into the field, Pentagon official says. But is that realistic?
A day after the explosions at the Boston Marathon, authorities had amassed 10 terabytes of data in their search for clues.
The Obama administration's latest social-media venture promises quotes from the president, video, 'wonky charts' and photos of Bo, the White House dog.
DARPA's leader believes America may be on the cusp of a 'fundamental shift' in allocating funding for defense.
GSA IG finds vendors using poorly worded contract clause to sidestep price reductions.
Pentagon claims another round of base closures could spare programs and ease mandated staff cuts, but some lawmakers are skeptical.
Burwell takes the reins at OMB as the administration attempts to sell its fiscal 2014 budget on Capitol Hill.
The Defense Department needs to modernize the ground stations and control networks that operate the nation's defense satellites.
NIST wants to speed up progress on implementing cybersecurity and is proposing a new research effort to do so.
The Defense Department has laid out the roles and responsibilities of the Pentagon's chief information officer, updating nearly decade-old governance to include some of DOD's most pressing concerns.