New "Center of Excellence" aims to widen adoption of integrated security solutions.
Defense and Homeland Security get the bulk of cybersecurity funding, but hundreds of millions go to other agencies.
A renewed sense of cost-consciousness is leading agencies to rethink travel policies.
Pentagon officials are testing new technologies -- and bypassing budgetary red tape -- to learn what works best.
A DISA contract, more public than a recent CIA deal, reveals some of what the intell community has in mind for cloud services.
Sponsors promise redactions and restrictions, rebut charges that measure is a 'surveillance bill.'
A prefab approach to changing needs can help agencies quickly boost their IT capacity and save energy, but it's not for everyone.
Working with DISA is still an option, but the Navy's plans favor a direct relationship with commercial providers.
People who can turn big data into useful information are in high demand in the private sector; is government keeping up with the trend?
A few people are especially adept at planning and using big-data strategies. Why not sprinkle them throughout the government?
s government agencies work to implement measures under the White House's digital government strategy, leaders say collaboration and learning as they go along are helping to propel progress.
For all of the gains agencies are making with employee mobility, it is critical for agencies to keep in mind the use of mobile devices outside of the government too, writes Adobe's John Landwehr.