New CIO Joe Klimavicz wants the Justice Department to adopt a service broker model for IT acquisition.
While just two percent of Americans have access to text-to-911 services -- and not all commissioners support the idea -- new FCC rules promise wider deployment.
While federal websites were likely in the mix of targets, experts said agencies complying with FISMA and other cybersecurity guidelines should be OK.
Background-check firm says the breach "has all the markings of a state-sponsored attack."
European countries should take a cue from the U.S. and move from being reactive to proactive when it comes to cybersecurity policies, writes Titania's Edwin Bentley.
An IG report critical of the agency’s handling of its cloud services shows a “business as usual” approach to managing assets, says a Deltek analyst.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The Internet of Things presents a challenge for both personal and national security, says DARPA's Randy Garrett.
News and notes from around the federal IT community
Former ranking defense IT officials argue that an empowered CIO would help the military focus on off-the-shelf IT and avoid the "death spiral of software development."
Government IT can support more than just an agency mission -- physical and cybersecurity alike are critical to economic vitality.
The "CyberVor" attack dwarfs last year's Target breach, but the implications for government sites and records are still unclear.