After June 2014, agencies can use only cloud service providers that are FedRAMP-compliant. Here's what CSPs must do to get there.
This Rising Star manages 3,300 databases for the Postal Service, crunching 22 petabytes (and counting) of data.
"Nobody's madder than me about the fact that the website isn't working as well as it should," the president declares, "which means it's going to get fixed."
While there was no advance indication from officials that the Healthcare.gov launch would be riddled with IT failures, the government apparently ramped up its ability to process paper applications just days before open enrollment kicked off.
NASA kept its rover Curiosity on course during the shutdown. Plus: NOAA assesses impact on satellite programs.
Much of Rebecca Schwartz's research at Lockheed Martin is classified, but her work is generally geared toward developing technical solutions to reduce the physical burden of troops in combat.
As technology becomes increasingly mobile and personalized, we must take a more collaborative, streamlined approach to security.
Lazzaro's efforts have helped policymakers, the medical community and businesses understand how medical offices nationwide are implementing new technology.
Google's quantum computer effort housed at NASA's Ames Research Center was another casualty of the government shutdown.
Insiders become threats in part because of a key organizational mistake that allows them opportunities.
Schmidt: Congress' inability to pass legislation that would better define agencies' cybersecurity roles should not be a serious problem, despite a tug of war over who is in charge.
In cybersecurity, where trust is one of the most fundamental pieces in securing and defending networks, many are wondering if the government should rely so heavily on contractors.