Created after the theft of a department-owned laptop computer in 2006, VA's Data Breach Core Team analyzes potential breaches every week.
The federal government’s first major pilot program for cloud-based identity management now has a vendor, and it's Canadian.
The board of the federal agency charged with managing the development of a nationwide wireless emergency communications network has approved an almost $200 million spending plan for the project in 2014 and appointed a White House budget official to manage it.
The procurement agency wants a way to gain greater insight into how agencies' travel budgets are spent.
GOES-12 more than doubled its initial life expectancy.
Suit claims IBM protest was "meritless;" IBM counters with its "long history of delivering successful transformational projects."
OMB clarifies how policies apply to federal contracts and IT acquisition strategy.
Survey suggests seven hours per week could be gained by better connectivity.
GSA's Mark Day warns that disconnects could complicate already-difficult IT challenges.
McAfee executive, long rumored as a candidate, will take job that Bruce McConnell had held on an acting basis.
The government has plans to use commercial data to sniff out improper payments.
Agencies' use of biometrics for identity management has centered on fingerprints and iris scans, but the options do not stop there.