Seventy percent of civilians in the intelligence community are on furlough, creating a danger to national security and a chance that some could end up working for the enemy, says intell director.
The system employers use to ensure their employees are legally entitled to work in the U.S. will be unavailable until the shutdown ends.
FCW has culled the best ideas from business schools for agency executives seeking to improve their game.
Private-sector apps that rely on government data could be stuck without updates until the government reopens.
As the shutdown unfolds, some events will be modified or even canceled. Here's a look at some early effects.
Contract with HP Enterprise Services will support DHS's internal security capabilities.
Agencies are doing better than the private sector at integrating risk into cybersecurity decisions, study finds.
Many of the employees who maintain agency Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest accounts will be furloughed until the shutdown ends.
The Computer Security Act of 1987 limited the NSA's ability to control certain government systems, but that changed 15 years later when FISMA was enacted.
Obamacare's public-facing presence opens with a few glitches, high demand.
As Congress fails to reach agreement on funding measures, OPM guidance provides information to furloughed feds.
With the shutdown a reality, theoretical contingency plans get a real-world test.