The year ahead is fraught with technological and business challenges, but Anthony Robbins has three tips to help CIOs start off on the right foot.
An industry expert makes the case for giving federal IT departments responsibility for all aspects of security.
The agency is looking to release a request for information next month to solicit feedback on how it can turn data it isn’t currently releasing into value-added products.
The updated regulation uses international standards that focus on results, not specific technologies.
A DHS program is working to commercialize or license cybersecurity technology.
The 300-page report is aimed at balancing national security concerns with protections for privacy and civil liberties.
A new app feature allows users to upload photos and report incident information from their smartphones.
Open-source service-oriented architecture can unlock the door to modernizing the government's legacy capabilities.
Although the number of federal teleworkers has risen to 300,000, that's still less than one-third of those eligible to do so.
A new architecture will allow third-party providers to create apps aimed at various industry segments that use the agency's procurement information.
“The way we buy IT is a lot like the way we used to buy tanks and aircraft carriers,” said DHS's Keith Trippie. And he didn’t mean it in a good way.
The National Security Agency has began what in effect is a public relations tour to rebuild its reputation, including considering an amnesty deal for former contractor Edward Snowden.