National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Director Robert Cardillo says geospatial intelligence is ripe for collaboration between industry and government.
Acquisition managers surveyed users at 26 federal agencies about what kinds of laptops and desktops are most commonly used, and used the input to set baseline configurations.
In addition to demanding review of any change to the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, legislators pushed for IT consolidation, improved communications and other reforms for DHS component agencies.
Federal labor unions are holding OPM accountable and fighting for workers after breaches exposed personal data – but did union bargaining help leave government systems vulnerable in the first place?
“Homo minutus” could revolutionize the way biologists and medical personnel screen new drugs or toxic agents.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The scope of the Office of Personnel Management breaches remains unclear as personal information exposure notifications continue to reach current and former feds.
Although the government has made progress on cybersecurity, we need to make better use of the tools we have.
Coding boot camps feed the need for talented programmers in the public and private sectors, and are becoming a booming business themselves.
The intelligence authorization bill would, the White House says, leave the Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center with too broad a set of responsibilities and a dearth of resources.
The Congressional Research Service offers a detailed analysis of cybersecurity proposals being considered by lawmakers.
Republicans pointed out that the IRS has authority to reallocate some of its funding, and also criticized agency spending on employee bonuses and union activity.