In the wake of the Snowden affair, Americans are growing more reluctant to hand over personal information to the government, which hurts legitimate data collection and could drive up costs.
A House committee held a closed hearing to discuss potentially sensitive information related to the security of the HealthCare.gov website.
Migration to the cloud yields real benefits, but only when thought through and managed properly, say federal IT leaders who have made the move.
A new report helps agency leaders understand what the popular approach to software development can offer complex government projects.
Cloud computing continues to evolve -- and so do the government's security controls.
Newly released contracting documents detail arrangements with Terremark and Accenture.
Telework is underused by the federal government and could boost employee productivity, argues a new study.
Non-compliant cloud providers could cause an oversight problem for the agencies they serve, but beyond that the repercussions remain in flux.
Among the background checks performed by USIS were those on intelligence community contractor Edward Snowden and Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis.
As cyber staffing shortages put pressure on the public and private sectors, many employers are showing little patience for job seekers with entry-level skills.
Legislation would create a Government Transformation Board empowered to impose its will on recalcitrant agencies.
The recommendations would represent a more decisive step than reform efforts outlined by the president earlier this week.