If the government shutdown is not lifted soon, federal employees will begin receiving bills for some insurance premiums.
Insiders become threats in part because of a key organizational mistake that allows them opportunities.
In cybersecurity, where trust is one of the most fundamental pieces in securing and defending networks, many are wondering if the government should rely so heavily on contractors.
The federal government will need 10,000 cybersecurity experts in the near future. But striking the right balance is more complicated than simply recruiting and hiring new employees.
A Meritalk study finds that cybersecurity pros and the users they serve have very different perspectives.
In the rush to secure networks and computers, agencies often overlook the risks inherent in multifunction printers.
The Defense Department is learning that older hardware, no longer able to perform its original functions and destined for the scrap heap, can often be put to another use.
Following the rocky launch of HealthCare.gov, administration officials and contractors are under fire from Congress.
The Coast Guard has only limited capabilities to process Merchant Mariner Credentials for ship workers during the shutdown.
IBM wants to ensure AWS's latest triumph in the battle to build the CIA's cloud platform is short-lived.
Many of the provisions put forth in the 2011 "modernization" of the Government Performance and Results Act, enacted in 1993, are just now coming into play.
The government shutdown has young innovators eager to get back to work.