Washington heavyweights warn that the shutdown could be potentially disastrous for national security.
White House officials say they know why the federal healthcare information site suffered so many slowdowns and failures in its first days.
The cost of cybercrime averaged more than $11 million as reported across 60 organizations in a recent survey.
The iPhone's fingerprint scanner could usher in a new era of authentication for mobile devices, but agencies are a long way from abandoning pass codes.
A law that puts DOD employees back to work despite the shutdown also applies to the Coast Guard, says DHS head.
The portal for Americans in states without their own health insurance exchanges is undergoing some rehabilitation after a shaky start.
Pay freezes, sequestration and shutdown-related furloughs tarnish the government's image as a good place to launch a career.
System will become the foundation of a unified platform supporting other TSA identification efforts.
In a week dominated by shutdown stories, a few other gems came as well.
A DOD instruction to make information more shareable and accessible has a serious limitation.
Furloughed feds who want to take a temporary job can do so -- within limits.
While exact numbers are unclear, many agencies are losing large portions of their IT staff to furloughs.