A House-passed bill approved May 6 by a Senate panel would expand the scope of Homeland Security's Social Media Working Group.
U.S. Fleet Cyber Command's five-year plan aims to avoid a repeat of the 2013 Iranian hack of the Navy Marine Corps Intranet.
Legislation can accomplish only so much when up against "an instinct of secrecy," says Sen. Chuck Grassley.
The move comes as OMB is pushing agencies to create in-house digital services teams akin to GSA's 18F and its own U.S. Digital Service.
Air Operations Centers form the cornerstone of the Air Force's command and control, but the service's top IT officer says an upgrade in AOC architecture has been anything but smooth.
LaVerne H. Council outlined her leadership style and plans to manage the VA's $4.2 billion in annual tech spending.
The chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee wants to know if any personal or policy information was stolen.
Agencies have moved beyond the buzzword and are making big data part of their everyday missions.
Joseph Demarest, who took a leading role in pointing the finger at North Korea for the Sony hack, moves to the No. 2 position in the Criminal, Cyber, Response and Services Branch.
The USAF will open an office in Silicon Valley that will complement the one the Pentagon plans.
FITARA is about relationships more than CIO authority, says the CIO with the most authority.
For some agencies, the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act and accompanying guidance dovetail with initiatives already begun. For others, implementation will be a tougher row to hoe.