Plans by a financial regulator to collect information on potentially hundreds of millions of credit card and other accounts has House Republicans demanding answers.
Sensors, which become more numerous by the day, offer intruders another point of entry into devices and Internet-connected appliances.
Legislator sees bright side in that only 12 of 590 programs were found to be redundant, while another points to report as evidence of a need for greater oversight.
A new report examines insider threat prevention programs in the private sector.
GAO recommends other agencies adopt the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board practices of using single government-wide identifiers, and of standardizing data reporting requirements.
There are still untapped savings and productivity gains to be had for the government through increased use of telework, argued federal IT leaders speaking at the Mobile Work Exchange Town Hall Meeting.
Hurdles remain despite reaching important milestones, but solutions may be in sight.
The 'big five' initiatives will choke federal networks in coming years if agencies are not prepared.
Department taken to task for mishandling hundreds of thousands of radios and other components of its land mobile radio systems.
Despite testing delays, a key piece of technology needed to enroll applicants in the insurance marketplaces created by the 2010 health care overhaul has been cleared to operate, setting the stage for an Oct. 1 launch.
The Homeland Security Department's five-month-old Office of Biometric Identity Management will use a $33 million contract with Accenture to improve its ability to trade information with allied nations.
Eric Cantor and Darrell Issa talk up data publishing standards at a transparency conference.