The spy agency wants to better integrate cybersecurity into its traditional human intelligence operations.
While a lapse in funding would have little “immediate operational impact” on cybersecurity, the longer-term ripple effects could be serious.
Former Justice Department CIO Van Hitch says it's not too early for his former colleagues to get ready to use their new authority.
Negotiated agreement means the reverse auction provider, suspended late last month, can resume federal business now that Chairman Ali Saadat has resigned.
GAO report questions agencies' approach to executive performance reviews.
By putting the government's management of IT acquisitions and operations on the High Risk List, GAO has ensured it will finally get the attention it deserves.
The military's traditional, top-down way of operating is being challenged by the non-diffuse nature of computer networks, says Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon, head of Army Cyber Command.
FITARA gives Congress new tools for getting answers, and key legislators remain focused. But will it actually work?
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
New laws promise to strengthen agencies' efforts to block network intruders, share information and build a topnotch cybersecurity workforce.
Poor execution, not poor planning, derails many new programs, but there are steps agencies can take to stay on track, despite the coming leadership changes.
"That's like asking whether the government is ready for oxygen," said 18F co-founder Robert Read. "It needs it, whether it knows it needs it or not."